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    Question [word choice] "suit" or "fit"

    A: I'm really sorry but you don't seem to ________ for the job.
    B: You're right. I don't really like this kind of work.

    (a) suit
    (b) aim
    (c) fit
    (d) seek

    The answer on my text book is (a) "suit."
    I was wondering if (c) "fit" also could be an answer.
    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: [word choice] "suit" or "fit"

    suit the job
    fit the job description


    ______________
    note, not suit for.

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