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encourage vs. think #1 (permalink) Mon Aug 02, 2010 21:07 pm   encourage vs. think
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #297 "Advice", question 6

Thomas: I like my coworkers but my job is really boring. I think I need a change.
Adriana: I ......... you should take some time off to think it over.

(a) convince
(b) encourage
(c) persuade
(d) think

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #297 "Advice", answer 6

Thomas: I like my coworkers but my job is really boring. I think I need a change.
Adriana: I think you should take some time off to think it over.

Correct answer: (d) think

Your answer was: incorrect
Thomas: I like my coworkers but my job is really boring. I think I need a change.
Adriana: I encourage you should take some time off to think it over.
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I am sure that I chose the correct answer but I don't know what happened after I wanted toscore the result
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encourage vs. think #2 (permalink) Tue Aug 03, 2010 4:40 am   encourage vs. think
 

Nope, unfortunately your answer was incorrect, as indicated in your post.
You should have chosen "to think".
In fact after you hit the "check your score" button, every question should be marked as "correct" or "incorrect".
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