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Right just one more #1 (permalink) Wed Sep 28, 2011 10:46 am   Right just one more
 

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ESL/EFL Test #100 "Student Teacher Dialogue (3)", question 9

Teacher: Right ......... one more. Tell me which form you use if you are going to leave Paris and you tell someone about the length of time from your arrival till now.

(a) simply
(b) just
(c) justly
(d) alone

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #100 "Student Teacher Dialogue (3)", answer 9

Teacher: Right just one more. Tell me which form you use if you are going to leave Paris and you tell someone about the length of time from your arrival till now.

Correct answer: (b) just

Your answer was: correct
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Shouldn't it be: Right, just one more, bacause I'm confused about:Right just one more.

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Right just one more #2 (permalink) Thu Sep 29, 2011 3:59 am   Right just one more
 

Actually, I think it should be 'Right! Just one more.' But we'll let the author fix it.
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