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    which should be the best answer for the following two questions?

    Are you still thinking about yesterday's game?
    Oh, that's__________.
    A. What makes me feel excited
    B.how I feel about it

    I read about it in some book or other, does it matter___it was?
    A. where B. which

    I am inclined to choose B and A respectively. Am I right?

  1. matilda
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    Talking Re: two multiple choices

    1-B
    2-not sure

  2. sheena55ro
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    Re: two multiple choices

    Quote Originally Posted by marianren123
    which should be the best answer for the following two questions?
    Are you still thinking about yesterday's game?
    Oh, that's__________.
    A. What makes me feel excited
    B.how I feel about it
    I read about it in some book or other, does it matter___it was?
    A. where B. which
    I am inclined to choose B and A respectively. Am I right?


    The answers are :

    Oh, that`s how I feel about it.

    I read about it in some books or another, does it matter which it was? [which book it was]. You cannot use "where" = adverb of place. If you use "where", one might understand where the book was and not which book was.


    Regards,


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    Re: two multiple choices

    Thanks you for the help.

    But I think the key to the second question is whether the last "it" refers to the first "it" or the "book". How to pin it down?

    So is the second question. What does "that" refer to in the sentence with the blank?

    Regards,

  3. sheena55ro
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    Re: two multiple choices

    Quote Originally Posted by marianren123
    Thanks you for the help.
    But I think the key to the second question is whether the last "it" refers to the first "it" or the "book". How to pin it down?
    So is the second question. What does "that" refer to in the sentence with the blank?
    Regards,
    You are welcome!

    In my opinion "it" refers to the book [in which] I found the item or issue.

    "That" means "This is the way I feel about the yesterday`s game, or as you wrote "That`s how I feel about..."

    Regards,


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    Re: two multiple choices

    What you said is a great help for me. Thanks a lot. Now I understand at last.
    Regards,

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