I used to spend much time reading English texts. But now when I begin to learn to use English I find it more difficult than reading.
Please read the following sentence:
The auction ends and you've won! You are the highest bidder. Now you and the seller must contact each other by e-mail, arrange payment and shopping terms and _________ the transaction.
a. finish b. conclude c. accomplish
The key is 'a'. My question is: why isn't 'b' correct? My dictionary reads: finish arranging an agreement etc successfully. And why isn't 'c' correct? My dictionary reads: to succeed in doing something.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.