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    Have a conversion versus make a conversion

    Hi There ;
    I encounter a question. There are two options written in italics, and we were expected to choose correct one.

    Can have/make a conversion in English.
    I think both is true, however, have a conversion is considered as true. I can not find this collation in Longman dictionary. Why make a conversion is false?
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    Re: Have a conversion versus make a conversion

    [EDIT] Sorry, I misread-the question. I'll leave this post here for reference but I'll answer the question in a new post.

    Two people usually have a conversation.

    Neither statement is true or false. The statement "the moon is made out of green cheese" is false; "the sun rises in the east" is true.

    The statements are correct or incorrect, or right or wrong, or natural or unnatural.
    Last edited by GoesStation; 09-Jun-2016 at 23:11.
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    Re: Have a conversion versus make a conversion

    Neither can have a conversion in English nor can make a conversion in English is natural. If you've copied the entire question, there's a mistake in the test.
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