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Full stop/period #1 (permalink) Mon Feb 28, 2005 5:17 am   Full stop/period
 

Test No. incompl/inter-67 "How to attract someone", question 8

Hang on, you've given me the wrong ......... I gave you a ten-pound note.

(a) difference
(b) change
(c) alternation
(d) account

Test No. incompl/inter-67 "How to attract someone", answer 8

Hang on, you've given me the wrong change I gave you a ten-pound note.

Correct answer: (b) change

Your answer was: correct
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Why is there no period between change or I? Or is it a clause? Thanks.
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Period/full stop #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 28, 2005 10:46 am   Period/full stop
 

Yes, you're right. It needs a full stop/period. Thanks
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