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    #1

    test

    Hi, can you please help me identify a correct answer?

    phrasal verb: look at
    meanings:
    A:discuss
    B: move, progress, develop at the same speed
    C: call attention to a matter/question
    D: divide something by analysis
    E: consider, taking something into account, arranging something
    F: consider, think of
    G: go through, guide through a procedure step by step

    and

    phrasal verb: plan for
    meanings:

    A: discuss
    B: move, progress, develop at the same speed
    C: call attention to a matter/question
    D: divide something by analysis
    E: consider, taking something into account, arranging something
    F: consider, think of
    G: go through, guide through a procedure step by step
    Last edited by Matuskooo; 01-Mar-2009 at 15:36. Reason: incomplete


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    #2

    Re: test

    Welcome to the forum! Yours is the kind of question we love to help with.

    However, we have a consensus of opinion -(we all think/we all agree) that someone who posts and asks a question such as yours, tells us what they think the correct answer is; and also, if they can, why they think so. If you are not correct, then it helps us to understand more about how you came to make the mistake. That way, we can not only tell you what is correct, but help correct any misunderstanding that caused you to be mistaken in your choice.

    Go for it!


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    Re: test

    Hi Dave, thanks for explaining. I think I would go and select the following:

    look at: consider, think of

    and

    plan for: consider, taking something into account, arranging something

    I'm not 100% sure because for example look at could mean aslo let's discuss, and only one answer in my test is correct.


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    #4

    Re: test

    What test is this that you have to do?

    I can rule out a few:
    A:discuss (but debatably a possibility)
    B: move, progress, develop at the same speed
    C: call attention to a matter/question "Let's look at item 4 on the agenda."
    D: divide something by analysis
    E: consider, taking something into account, arranging something
    F: consider, think of -"With the economic downturn, we may have to look at letting the children's nanny go."
    G: go through, guide through a procedure step by step

    One stands out as correct, but F could also be correct.

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