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"I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it"



 
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"I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it" #1 (permalink) Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:31 am   "I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #210 "What Comes Next? (4)", question 5

If we leave this minute, ..........

(a) I'm sure we'll make it
(b) I'm sure we'll take it
(c) I'm sure we'll get it
(d) I'm sure we'll turn it

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #210 "What Comes Next? (4)", answer 5

If we leave this minute, I'm sure we'll make it.

Correct answer: (a) I'm sure we'll make it

Your answer was: incorrect
If we leave this minute, I'm sure we'll take it.
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I don't understand this answer. Can you explain for me?

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"I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it" #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 09, 2009 13:34 pm   "I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it"
 

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'To make it' means to keep to schedule or meet a deadline. Only that phrase makes sense in this sentence.
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"I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it" #3 (permalink) Thu Dec 01, 2011 20:09 pm   "I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it"
 

If we leave this minute- please explain in the above context?

If we leave this minute=If we omit this minute?

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"I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it" #4 (permalink) Thu Dec 01, 2011 21:50 pm   "I'm sure we'll make it" vs "I'm sure we'll take it"
 

If we exit right now.
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