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Difference beetween those two forms #1 (permalink) Sun Dec 25, 2005 16:51 pm   Difference beetween those two forms
 

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ESL/EFL Test #99 "The Parliamentary Candidate (2)", question 1

Henry: Hello.
Man's voice: Is that Mr. Henry Orpington, the parliamentary candidate?
Henry: Yes, ..........

(a) talking
(b) dictating
(c) speaking
(d) deciding

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #99 "The Parliamentary Candidate (2)", answer 1

Henry: Hello.
Man's voice: Is that Mr. Henry Orpington, the parliamentary candidate?
Henry: Yes, speaking.

Correct answer: (c) speaking
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Hi!
What's the difference beetween those two forms?
Are they both correct?
When do we use them and which one is more popular or proper?

Thanks,
Tom
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Difference beetween those two forms #2 (permalink) Mon Dec 26, 2005 2:11 am   Difference beetween those two forms
 

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Which two forms? Only speaking is correct, among the choices given. It is a set phrase.

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Difference beetween those two forms #3 (permalink) Wed Dec 28, 2005 20:44 pm   Difference beetween those two forms
 

Sorry, I wrote it by mistake.
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