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Present perfect simple and continuous.. | Making vs Going
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Don't give up #1 (permalink) Sun Aug 14, 2005 10:47 am   Don't give up
 

Test No. incompl/elem-29 "Responses (2)", question 8

Mike: 'That's the 16th job interview I've failed. What should I do?'
Jane: '.........'

(a) Don't give over.
(b) Don't give out.
(c) Don't give up.
(d) Don't give on.

Test No. incompl/elem-29 "Responses (2)", answer 8

Mike: 'That's the 16th job interview I've failed. What should I do?'
Jane: 'Don't give up.'

Correct answer: (c) Don't give up.
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Don't give up #2 (permalink) Sun Aug 14, 2005 11:00 am   Don't give up
 

Hi,

This simply means: Don't stop trying. Give up on its own often means stop as in: Try and give up smoking.
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Don't give up #3 (permalink) Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:13 am   Don't give up
 

Hi,
What is the difference among these sentences?
don't give over
don't give out
don't give on

note: please tell me if any mistakes in my question
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Don't give up #4 (permalink) Mon Feb 14, 2011 18:47 pm   Don't give up
 

They aren't sentences, just phrases... and they don't make sense without context.
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