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    #1

    to arrange one/it/that?

    A: Do you have somewhere to stay in London?
    B: No, I don't. In fact, I was about to ask you if you could arrange some place for me to stay.
    A: Ok! I will ask someone to arrange ________ for you. What kind of place are you considering?

    Are "one, it, that" all right for the blank? And which is your favorite? Thanks!

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    Re: to arrange one/it/that?

    Hi

    IT is apt

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    Re: to arrange one/it/that?

    What is apt?
    Quote Originally Posted by Uteacher View Post
    Hi

    IT is apt

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    Re: to arrange one/it/that?

    apt

    adj

    • suitable for the circumstance or purpose; appropriate

    (Collins)


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    Re: to arrange one/it/that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Uteacher View Post
    Hi.

    IT "It" is apt.
    Uteacher, your profile shows that you are an English teacher. As such, it is important that you use correct written English on the forum. Remember to end every sentence with a single, appropriate punctuation mark and to make the relevant words stand out from the rest.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: to arrange one/it/that?

    Quote Originally Posted by roseriver1012 View Post
    What is apt?
    When you need the definition of a word, use a dictionary. Onelook.com is a great one.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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