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    #1

    Arrow corresponding

    Hi there! Happy new year!!
    I need some help with the meaning (and the syntax maybe) of the following sentence:
    -"I wonder what Tom is up to?"
    -"I have no idea._________is not his cup of tea."
    a. Correspondent
    b.To be corresponding
    c.Corresponding
    d.Having correspondence
    Answer c(corresponding) is given as the correct answer but I can't get the meaning.
    Thank you so much
    Last edited by zahari; 08-Jan-2007 at 23:31. Reason: correction

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    #2

    Re: corresponding

    Does it mean that Tom does not like writing letters? It occured to me just now.

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    #3

    Re: corresponding

    Quote Originally Posted by zahari View Post
    Hi there! Happy new year!!
    I need some help with the meaning (and the syntax maybe) of the following sentence:
    -"I wonder what Tom is up to?"
    -"I have no idea._________is not his cup of tea."
    a. Correspondent
    b.To be corresponding
    c.Corresponding
    d.Having correspondence
    Answer c(corresponding) is given as the correct answer but I can't get the meaning.
    Thank you so much
    Correspondence(in general)/communicating/writing/ is not his cup of tea
    Last edited by curmudgeon; 09-Jan-2007 at 00:03.

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    #4

    Re: corresponding

    Thanks for confirming!!!

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    #5

    Re: corresponding

    But 'corresponding' is also OK

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