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Hangs on her every word #1 (permalink) Fri Aug 12, 2005 0:22 am   Hangs on her every word
 

Test No. express/advan-14 "Word of Mouth", question 6

You can see that he's deeply in love with her because he hangs on her every word.

(a) listens silently to everything she says
(b) listens eagerly to everything she says
(c) listens quickly to everything she says
(d) listens quietly to everything she says

Test No. express/advan-14 "Word of Mouth", answer 6

You can see that he's deeply in love with her because he listens eagerly to everything she says.

Correct answer: (b) listens eagerly to everything she says

Your answer was: incorrect
You can see that he's deeply in love with her because he listens quietly to everything she says.
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Eager #2 (permalink) Fri Aug 12, 2005 7:52 am   Eager
 

Eager means keen/enthusiastic. Eagerly is the adverb.
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