"resources" or "stocks"?
Hi, I found this choose-the-correct-option exercise in an English Proficiency book:
Working with the mentally handicapped requires considerable ................ of patience and understanding.
A means B resources C stocks D provisions
I've got the answer book, and , apparently, option B is the correct one, but to me, it should be "C", so am I in the wrong or is there a mistake in the answer book?
Re: "resources" or "stocks"?
As a native English speaker, I would go with provisions if I had to choose from that list.
But out of B and C, I agree with you that C sounds better.
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