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There's no knowing #1 (permalink) Wed Feb 16, 2005 4:58 am   There's no knowing
 

Test No. incompl/elem-30 "Responses (3)", question 7

Mike: 'I wonder what she'll get up to next.'
Jane: '.........'

(a) There's no finding.
(b) There's no knowing.
(c) There's no guessing.
(d) There's no seeing.

Test No. incompl/elem-30 "Responses (3)", answer 7

Mike: 'I wonder what she'll get up to next.'
Jane: 'There's no knowing.'

Correct answer: (b) There's no knowing.

Your answer was: incorrect
Mike: 'I wonder what she'll get up to next.'
Jane: 'There's no guessing.'
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please, explain for detail why we use knowing in this case.?
As I learned the word Know have no form of V-ing
Many thanks for you reply.
Neil kevin
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No knowing #2 (permalink) Wed Feb 16, 2005 8:34 am   No knowing
 

This means it is impossible to say/tell.
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