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Things will improve tomorrow? #1 (permalink) Mon Oct 25, 2004 19:38 pm   Things will improve tomorrow?
 

Test No. incompl/elem-22 "Weather Forecast", question 7

But things will ......... tomorrow.

(a) better
(b) improvise
(c) increase
(d) improve

Test No. incompl/elem-22 "Weather Forecast", answer 7

But things will improve tomorrow.

Correct answer: (d) improve

Your answer was: incorrect
But things will better tomorrow.
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Why word :better: doesn't fit in here
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Better #2 (permalink) Mon Oct 25, 2004 19:57 pm   Better
 

You would have to write would BE better.

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Improve or increase? #3 (permalink) Tue Oct 18, 2005 17:49 pm   Improve or increase?
 

Dear English trainers,

How to make use of 'improve' and 'increase"? what's the difference?

I'm looking forward to knowing from you and thanks in advance.
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Things will improve tomorrow? #4 (permalink) Wed Oct 19, 2005 0:37 am   Things will improve tomorrow?
 

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Basically, improve means become better, and increase means become a greater quantity.
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Things will improve tomorrow? #5 (permalink) Thu Sep 10, 2009 14:35 pm   Things will improve tomorrow?
 

Hi

what is the difference between improve and increase in this sentence ?

thanks

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Things will improve tomorrow? #6 (permalink) Thu Sep 10, 2009 14:37 pm   Things will improve tomorrow?
 

Please read what I have already written, Daniela.
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Things will improve tomorrow? #7 (permalink) Fri Mar 12, 2010 21:09 pm   Things will improve tomorrow?
 

I see :)

Thank you for your explanation.
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Things will improve tomorrow? #8 (permalink) Sun Feb 20, 2011 13:11 pm   Things will improve tomorrow?
 

thanksssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
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Re: Better #9 (permalink) Thu Aug 09, 2012 12:52 pm   Re: Better
 

Alan wrote:
You would have to write would BE better.

Alan

never taught about it... thank you
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