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English Grammar Exercises::Advanced Tests::Naples, Italy | Test incompl/inter-154, Question 7
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All part of the service #1 (permalink) Tue Mar 15, 2005 12:18 pm   All part of the service
 

Test No. incompl/elem-33 "Responses (6)", question 7

John: 'Your advice this morning was much appreciated.'
Sue: '.........'

(a) All to do with service.
(b) All part of the service.
(c) All the section of the service.
(d) The whole of the service.

Test No. incompl/elem-33 "Responses (6)", answer 7

John: 'Your advice this morning was much appreciated.'
Sue: 'All part of the service.'

Correct answer: (b) All part of the service.
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Part of the service #2 (permalink) Tue Mar 15, 2005 21:48 pm   Part of the service
 

It means that the advice Sue gave was included in her duties.

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All part of the service #3 (permalink) Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:18 am   All part of the service
 

Hello,

Please, could anybody explain to me the difference between:

All part of the service.
All parts of the service.

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All part of the service #4 (permalink) Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:25 am   All part of the service
 

Hi Vadim,

'All part of the service' is a set expression you say to someone who has thanked you for what you have done and suggests something like -'it's been my pleasure to be of service to you.' 'All parts of the service' suggests every single part of the service and could be used as in: All parts pf the service are undertaken by experts.

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All part of the service #5 (permalink) Mon Mar 01, 2010 16:05 pm   All part of the service
 

Thank you Alan!
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All part of the service #6 (permalink) Sat Apr 03, 2010 7:57 am   All part of the service
 

Dear Alan;
Would you like explain your sentence’ suggests every senile part of the service 'to me? What is your mean about senile??
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All part of the service #7 (permalink) Sun Apr 04, 2010 18:53 pm   All part of the service
 

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Hi Mitra,

Good question and thanks for that. 'Senile' means too old to understand something, which must apply to me !! because I should have noticed that this is a typing error. My apologies! It should of course be 'single'.

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All part of the service #8 (permalink) Tue Apr 06, 2010 9:44 am   All part of the service
 

Dear Alan;
It is a big chance for me that to learn a good and practical word. Also thanks a lot for your attention.
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All part of the service #9 (permalink) Wed Apr 07, 2010 10:12 am   All part of the service
 

Vadim Zhmykov wrote:
All part of the service.

Everything I have done for you is included in the service.

Vadim Zhmykov wrote:
All parts of the service.

All elements/areas the service covers.

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All part of the service #10 (permalink) Thu Oct 07, 2010 20:44 pm   All part of the service
 

Hi!
Thank you Alan for your very useful "Responses" tests, I have learned a lot. I didn't know the correct answer I just guessed but now, owing to your explanation, It's clear to me what "All part of the service" means.

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