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1) what is the differences between laugh and laughter?
2)What a dangerous thing to do! You_______ have been killed
a) might
b)may
c) can
d) must
I 'm hestitant between a and b, both sound fine for me. What about you?
One more, when can can used with past participle, like: He cannot have said that or He couldn't have said that?
3)There's nothing I like more than____ for a brisk walk along the seashore
a) out
b)go
c) walking
d) going
I think a b and d are acceptable, but they chose d, why?

4) What is the differences between admission and admittance?
 
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"Laugh" is a verb. "Laughter" is a noun. Examples:
I laugh at funny jokes.
A joke might cause laughter.
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What a dangerous thing to do! You might have been killed.

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The expression is go for a walk.

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"Laugh" is a noun in expressions such as "He had a good laugh". Usually, however, it is a verb.

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Laugh
Don't laugh at me!
He laughed and laughed and laughed.
Laughter
Laughter is good for the soul.
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4) What are the differences between admission and admittance?
An admission is a confession of some sort. An admittance is the act of allowing somebody into something.
 

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There's nothing I like more than____ for a brisk walk along the seashore
a) out
b)go
c) walking
d) going
RonBeeRe: 3 questions
The expression is go for a walk.

~R
Why going for a brisk walk... in this case is wrong ? RonBee, Please.
 

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There's nothing I like more than____ for a brisk walk along the seashore
a) out
b)go
c) walking
d) going

Either "go" or " going" is ok, right? Please.
 
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