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furnished the company? #1 (permalink) Sun Jan 24, 2010 20:49 pm   furnished the company?
 

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #95 "Corporate Policy (3)", question 10

The new supervisor has ......... the company with some exceptionally enlightening new ways of thinking.

(a) furnished
(b) attained
(c) undergone
(d) retired

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #95 "Corporate Policy (3)", answer 10

The new supervisor has furnished the company with some exceptionally enlightening new ways of thinking.

Correct answer: (a) furnished

Your answer was: incorrect
The new supervisor has undergone the company with some exceptionally enlightening new ways of thinking.
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Hello,
I would like to know why we use furnished in this test. As far as i know furnished means containing furniture.
Thanks a lot.

Nana Rodonaia
Stupy
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furnished the company? #2 (permalink) Mon Jan 25, 2010 13:00 pm   furnished the company?
 

furnish = supply. When you are unsure how far you know, always check your dictionary for other meanings.
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