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expression: do business #1 (permalink) Mon May 26, 2008 18:46 pm   expression: do business
 

English Grammar Error, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #21 "Modal Verbs", question 7

I can honestly recommend that firm because several members of my family have made business with them.

(a) recommend
(b) made
(c) them

English Grammar Error, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #21 "Modal Verbs", answer 7

I can honestly recommend that firm because several members of my family have done business with them.

Correct entry: done
The error was: (b) made
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expression: do business #2 (permalink) Mon May 26, 2008 18:55 pm   expression: do business
 

Hi Gacia,

Many thanks for your message. Maybe you'll find the answer to your question on this page. The correct expression is 'done business' not 'made business'.

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