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    Smile need or require

    A cacation trip is exactly what you _____ at this time.


    Which fits in the blank better, needs or requires?
    This is a test question; is it possible that either will do? If so, are there any subtle nuances?
    Thanks.

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    Re: need or require

    A vacation trip is exactly what you need_ at this time


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    Re: need or require

    Quote Originally Posted by trans View Post
    A vacation trip is exactly what you need_ at this time
    Thanks, trans, for the feedback. I also go for need, but I'm not sure whether native speakers hold the same viewpoints.

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