i have three questions to ask:
my mother manages the entire____, including taking care of my grandfather. this sentence is a bit awkward, but it doesn't affect my answer.
a. Family b. Household
the key is "b". I agree. But i think "a" is also possible. Is that right?
that depends on who you consider to be a part of your "family". If your whole family lives where you live, then family is possible. But if you consider people such as uncles and aunts who don't live with you to be part of your family, then family is not the same as household. "household" is the place you live and all the people who live there.
i see no objection whatsoever.
In this sentence "whatsoever" can be replace by "whatever". i would not use "whatever" here; "whatsoever" sounds much better. but there are much fewer examples of "whatever". Does it mean in most cases "whatsoever" is used? for an example like this, yes. But "whatever" is commonly used in other situations. 'you can buy whatever you want here.'
there is nothing like_____ as a means of keeping fit.
A. Walking b. Walk
the key is "a". I agree because it suggests action. But is "b" possible if it suggests a concept? no, "walk" is not correct here. Even 'a walk' is not as good as "walking".
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Thank you in advance.
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