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    #1

    my sentence!!

    "My oral exam is next week! I haven't revise any!"


    Are they correct?

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    #2

    Re: my sentence!!

    Quote Originally Posted by EnnyanEnnyham View Post
    "My oral exam is next week! I haven't revise any!"


    Are they correct?
    My oral exam is next week. I haven't revised at all!

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    Re: my sentence!!

    Quote Originally Posted by EnnyanEnnyham View Post
    "My oral exam is next week! I haven't revise any!"


    Are they correct?

    NOT A TEACHER


    (1) Thank you for teaching me an intransitive use of "revise."

    (2) I believe that most Americans would prefer "I haven't spent any time

    reviewing for the exam./ reviewing my notes."

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