I have three questions to ask:
Now you and the seller must contact each other by e-mail, arrange payment and shoopping terms, and _________________ the transaction.
a. accomplish b. conclude c. end d. finish
Different reference books give different keys. One gives "a". The other gives "b". Although no reference books gives "d" I did surf the Internet and found "finish a transaction". I don't know which is correct. Could you please kindly explain that to me?
The best answer is b; it is a suitable word for an important thing like completing a business deal.
a. would be a very strange choice. d. is not very suitable for transactions.
For example, suppose you want to buy a rare Star Wars poster. You find it listed on eBay at a starting price of only $1. Wow! What a bargain! You've seen the same poster sell for ______________ $50. However, the starting price is just the beginning of the auction. Once the poster is online, it is seen by millions of eBay shoppers.
a. less than b. no less than c. no more than d. more than
The key is "d". d. is correct and is the commonly used expression. "more than" emphasizes that the poster will not be cheap.
Could you please kindly explain why "b" isn't correct? It's just not as good as d.
This is a sentence in my textbook:
There must be a way to stop the leaking.
But I can only find the expression "to stop the leak" or "to stop the water leaking". My question is: Is the sentence in my textbook correct? Yes, it's correct.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.
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