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answer can be rely and hang both what say? #1 (permalink) Mon Mar 31, 2008 14:05 pm   answer can be rely and hang both what say?
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #39 "Yes, Yes, Yes", question 2

You can ......... on me, have no fear about that!

(a) support
(b) rely
(c) hold
(d) hang

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #39 "Yes, Yes, Yes", answer 2

You can rely on me, have no fear about that!

Correct answer: (b) rely
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answer can be rely and hang both what say? #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 31, 2008 15:18 pm   answer can be rely and hang both what say?
 

The correct answer is "you can rely on my" which means, "I'll be there for you". Alternatives would be "you can count on me" or "you can depend on me".

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