Student or Learner
I have two questions to ask:
The most common _________ of selling today may be simply finding a job.
a. form b. way
The key is 'a'. I don't know why 'b' isn't correct. I am trying to explain it:
'a' means something 'character'. 'b' emphasizes 'manner'. Is that right?
________ position you are applying for, you have to know how to sell yourself and your ideas.
a. Whatever b. Whichever
The key is 'a'. I think the difference is 'a' means the type of position while 'b' means 'there are several positions and you can choose any one among them'. So I think both are correct. Is that right?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.
I didn't expect you are still working. It's almost midnight in the United States. It must be our questions that keep you so late. Thank you very much for
I understand No.2 now.
As for No.1 there are actually four choices but I think the other two are definitely wrong. They are 'pattern' and 'shape'. So I sent you the other two. If you think it is a strange sentence it must be a bad one. Such kind of exercises always confuse me and actually prevent me from learning good English.
The context is this:
The most common _______ of selling today may be simply finding a job. Even firefighters have to go through a series of in-depth interviews in which they are probed on why they should be selected over hundreds of other candidates applying for the same position.