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continue vs stop #1 (permalink) Thu Feb 19, 2009 14:12 pm   continue vs stop
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #36 "Go for it", question 10

I'm sorry I interrupted you, please ......... from where I so rudely stopped you.

(a) continue
(b) stop
(c) speak
(d) finish

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #36 "Go for it", answer 10

I'm sorry I interrupted you, please continue from where I so rudely stopped you.

Correct answer: (a) continue
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continue vs stop #2 (permalink) Thu Feb 19, 2009 14:17 pm   continue vs stop
 

Well, I couldn't. ;)
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