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Difference between depict and describe | What does this phrase mean: "Keep it up"?
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I'm sure you'll make it in the end #1 (permalink) Sat Mar 26, 2005 7:34 am   I'm sure you'll make it in the end
 

Test No. incompl/inter-72 "How to encourage", question 3

Don't give up whatever you do. I'm sure you'll ......... it in the end.

(a) acquire
(b) get
(c) put
(d) make

Test No. incompl/inter-72 "How to encourage", answer 3

Don't give up whatever you do. I'm sure you'll make it in the end.

Correct answer: (d) make
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I'm sure you'll make it in the end #2 (permalink) Sat Mar 26, 2005 9:51 am   I'm sure you'll make it in the end
 

The answer is correct.
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