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What does "ones all the time" mean? #1 (permalink) Mon Jan 19, 2009 21:08 pm   What does "ones all the time" mean?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #120 "Conversations and Comprehension (2)", question 9

Jack: I'm really confused about what the boss expects from me. Early this morning, she told me to focus on the Murray account all morning but then, an hour later, she ordered me to pick up her dry cleaning immediately.
Karen: Yes, she difficult to work for because she changes her mind very quickly and she mixes personal tasks with business ones all the time.
What personal task did Jack's boss ask him to do? ..........

(a) She asked him to go grocery shopping for her.
(b) She asked him to pick up some new clothes from a designer store.
(c) She asked him to pick up her laundered clothing from the drycleaners.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #120 "Conversations and Comprehension (2)", answer 9

Jack: I'm really confused about what the boss expects from me. Early this morning, she told me to focus on the Murray account all morning but then, an hour later, she ordered me to pick up her dry cleaning immediately.
Karen: Yes, she difficult to work for because she changes her mind very quickly and she mixes personal tasks with business ones all the time.
What personal task did Jack's boss ask him to do? She asked him to pick up her laundered clothing from the drycleaners..

Correct answer: (c) She asked him to pick up her laundered clothing from the drycleaners.

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What does "ones all the time" mean? #2 (permalink) Tue Jan 20, 2009 13:09 pm   What does "ones all the time" mean?
 

IT MEANS "ALWAYS, USUALLY...."
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correct #3 (permalink) Tue Jan 20, 2009 23:24 pm   correct
 

She difficult or she is difficult to work.
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correct #4 (permalink) Sun Dec 27, 2009 15:00 pm   correct
 

She is difficult to work for (It is very difficult to work for her).
That's apparently a typographical error.
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What does "ones all the time" mean? #5 (permalink) Thu Jul 08, 2010 17:35 pm   What does "ones all the time" mean?
 

The typo is this question has been fixed to "she's."
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What does "ones all the time" mean? #6 (permalink) Thu Jul 08, 2010 18:06 pm   What does "ones all the time" mean?
 

Hi,

I think that in this case the "ones" acts as a pronoun that goes along with the noun "business". It refers to the business tasks compared to the "personal" ones.

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What does "ones all the time" mean? #7 (permalink) Thu Jul 08, 2010 18:36 pm   What does "ones all the time" mean?
 

'Ones' = tasks
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