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    Question Rushed/ hurried/ quick/..

    He took a .......... course so that he could speak the language.
    a-hurried
    b-quick
    c-crash
    d-rushed

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    Lightbulb Re: Rushed/ hurried/ quick/..

    Quote Originally Posted by aous02 View Post
    He took a .......... course so that he could speak the language.
    a-hurried
    b-quick
    c-crash
    d-rushed
    Hi,
    the correct answer is crash course meaning an intensive course.

    Hope I have helped!

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    Exclamation Re: Rushed/ hurried/ quick/..

    Quote Originally Posted by aous02 View Post
    He took a crash course so that he could speak the language. (in the shortest possible time)
    a-hurried
    b-quick
    c-crash
    d-rushed
    Crash is the most appropriate as it means: quick and complete, or short and difficult

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