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deal vs execute #1 (permalink) Wed Aug 27, 2008 15:14 pm   deal vs execute
 

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #137 "Ways of agreeing", question 7

There's only one word I can use now to show my agreement and that's -- ..........

(a) follow
(b) execute
(c) deal
(d) hold

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #137 "Ways of agreeing", answer 7

There's only one word I can use now to show my agreement and that's -- deal.

Correct answer: (c) deal

Your answer was: incorrect
There's only one word I can use now to show my agreement and that's -- execute.
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Why I donīt use execute?

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deal vs execute #2 (permalink) Wed Aug 27, 2008 15:27 pm   deal vs execute
 

Hi Rimma,

'Deal!' is a very common way to say 'we have an agreement'.

The word 'execute' could be used in a phrase such as 'let's execute this plan', but that would sound quite stilted.
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