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Why it sounds very likely also? #1 (permalink) Mon Feb 22, 2010 12:53 pm   Why it sounds very likely also?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #795 "Where, Why, What, When and How (3)", question 1

......... did you say to him? He's very upset!

(a) Why
(b) Where
(c) What
(d) How

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #795 "Where, Why, What, When and How (3)", answer 1

What did you say to him? He's very upset!

Correct answer: (c) What

Your answer was: incorrect
Why did you say to him? He's very upset!
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Why it sounds very likely also? #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 22, 2010 14:09 pm   Why it sounds very likely also?
 

Hi Nelko

I assume you mean that you think the word "why" is also a likely answer.

You could say this, for example:

- Why did you say that to him? He's very upset!

However, because the test sentence does not include the word "that", you cannot use "why" in the test sentence.

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