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    Question Please Answer As Soon As Possible

    Choose the correct answer.My answers with red.I want to be sure.[1]---------refers to the actions of speech organs in the producing the sounds of speech[a]acoustic[b]phontics[c]articulation[d]phonics [2]Two of the followingare receptive skills[a]reading and speaking [b]speaking and writing[c]reading and writing [d]listening and reading.[3]which abbriviation do you use when you want to add somethingat the end of the letter[a] PS[b]PTO.[c]PM[D]PLZ. [4]Iam very tired [a] i drive[b]i have driven[c]i have been driving[d]i am driving.[5]The prefix ante in the word ante meridiem means[a]together [b]against [c]befor [d] by oneself.I WOULD BE THANKFUL IF YOU HELP ME

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMARTEYES View Post
    Choose the correct answer. My answers are in red. I want to be sure.

    [1]---------refers to the actions of speech organs in the producing the sounds of speech [a]acoustic [b]phonetics [c]articulation [d]phonics

    [2]Two of the following are receptive skills: [a] reading and speaking [b]speaking and writing [c]reading and writing [d]listening and reading.


    [3]which abbreviation do you use when you want to add something at the end of the letter
    [a] PS [b]PTO. [c]PM [D]PLZ. Post [after] scriptum [writing] = ps

    [4]I am very tired.
    [a] I drive [b]I have driven [c]I have been driving[d]I am driving.

    [5]The prefix ante in the word ante-meridiem means [a]together [b]
    against [c] befor [d] by oneself. SEE HERE: Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press

    I WOULD BE GRATEFUL IF YOU HELP ME
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    Default Re: Please Answer As Soon As Possible

    Thank you very much Anglika for your response

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    [4]Iam very tired [a] i drive[b]i have driven[c]i have been driving[d]i am driving.

    I'm really sorry to barge in.
    "[b] I have driven" might also be correct, I thought.
    Isn't it acceptable???

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tzfujimino View Post
    [4]Iam very tired [a] i drive[b]i have driven[c]i have been driving[d]i am driving.

    I'm really sorry to barge in.
    "[b] I have driven" might also be correct, I thought.
    Isn't it acceptable???

    Thank you.

    It would be acceptable with a qualifier:

    I have driven all day/all night/a long way.

    Without that it is an incomplete sentence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    It would be acceptable with a qualifier:

    I have driven all day/all night/a long way.

    Without that it is an incomplete sentence.
    Thank you for your kindness, Anglika.

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    You're welcome.

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