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meaning of 'anything else' #1 (permalink) Sun Jan 27, 2008 13:27 pm   meaning of 'anything else'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #71 "Chit Chat: At the garage", question 7

Customer: I see. Anything .........?

(a) else
(b) ever
(c) over
(d) indeed

Business English Courses, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #71 "Chit Chat: At the garage", answer 7

Customer: I see. Anything else?

Correct answer: (a) else
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I see. Anything else?

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meaning of 'anything else' #2 (permalink) Sun Jan 27, 2008 14:12 pm   meaning of 'anything else'
 

Hi,

Any thing else? suggests: Do you want anything more/extra?

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