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    Have you ever been to Tokyo?

    Susan: Have you ever been to Tokyo?
    Bob: Yes, _____. It's really an exciting city to visit.
    (A) last year (B) once (C) for two weeks (D) since last month
    The answer is option B. Is option A also acceptable?

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    Re: Have you ever been to Tokyo?

    Quote Originally Posted by sitifan View Post
    Susan: Have you ever been to Tokyo?
    Bob: Yes, _____. It's really an exciting city to visit.
    (A) last year (B) once (C) for two weeks (D) since last month
    The answer is option B. Is option A also acceptable?
    Yes, but in that case most writers would want to punctuate more heavily - to allow for an implied "once" or (some kind of adverbial): Yes; [once - ] last year.. Similarly you could have Yes; [once - but only] for two weeks.

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