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    #1

    Post John will have to take the exam again

    John will have to take the exam again because his results were ... awful.

    A-Quite
    B-A bit
    C-Absolutely
    D-Fairly
    “When you see a brother sin, be a private educator, not a public tribunal.”

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    #2

    re: John will have to take the exam again

    1. You need to try first.
    2. Follow the forum guidelines and give your threads meaningful titles.

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    re: John will have to take the exam again

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    1. You need to try first.
    2. Follow the forum guidelines and give your threads meaningful titles.

    My answer is: A-Quite and C-Absolutely.
    “When you see a brother sin, be a private educator, not a public tribunal.”

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    re: John will have to take the exam again

    Quote Originally Posted by ucef View Post
    My answer is: A-Quite and C-Absolutely.
    A and C are both possible, but C is more natural in modern English.

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