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Difference between stay and live #1 (permalink) Fri Sep 09, 2005 21:11 pm   Difference between stay and live
 

Test No. errors/advan-2 "Please, remind me", question 10

The main reason for further study is for to get a better job.

(a) main
(b) for
(c) study
(d) for to get

Test No. errors/advan-2 "Please, remind me", answer 10

The main reason for further study is to get a better job.

Correct entry: to get
The error was: (d) for to get

You have found the error but your entry is incorrect.
The main reason for further study is getting a better job.
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in number 9 thE answer is LIVE ,but can I answer STAY?
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Live #2 (permalink) Fri Sep 09, 2005 23:24 pm   Live
 

If you write stay, you change the meaning. They wanted to live in America indicates that they want to go there. If you use stay, the indication is that they are already there.
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