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Go home for the day... #1 (permalink) Mon May 23, 2011 15:34 pm   Go home for the day...
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #256 "Dialogue Comprehension (5)", question 2

I don't feel well. .........

(a) You should book your trip soon.
(b) You aren't English?
(c) You are talkative.
(d) You should go home for the day.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #256 "Dialogue Comprehension (5)", answer 2

I don't feel well. You should go home for the day.

Correct answer: (d) You should go home for the day.

Your answer was: correct
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please explain: go home for the day?
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Go home for the day... #2 (permalink) Mon May 23, 2011 15:55 pm   Go home for the day...
 

It means that you can go home and stay there for the rest of the day.

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