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Regular verb dismay #1 (permalink) Sun Jan 08, 2006 6:08 am   Regular verb dismay
 

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #36 "Super Supermarkets", question 1

If you ask someone for their ......... on supermarkets as opposed to the small corner shop, you will get varying replies.

(a) standing
(b) stand
(c) stance
(d) status

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #36 "Super Supermarkets", answer 1

If you ask someone for their stance on supermarkets as opposed to the small corner shop, you will get varying replies.

Correct answer: (c) stance
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what is the past tense of dismay?
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Past of dismay #2 (permalink) Sun Jan 08, 2006 8:45 am   Past of dismay
 

The verb dismay is a regular one and the three forms are as follows:
to dismay - dismayed - dismayed

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