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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

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B
C

C and E

C E

C E

B C

C and E

C, F

C,E

C and E.

C,F

C and E

C
F

C and F

C and F

C and E

For those who chose answer F, I've heard the word "used". The speaker also gave an example of people who bought things impulsively, and we can actually buy those products from them (secondhand) at a much cheaper price.

C and F

C and F

Simon,
How to have the transcript of this audio. Where did you find this audio. I find it interesting and helpful for both listening and speaking skills.

B
c

B; C

C , E
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Off topic, but I was wondering which one is correct:

There are three parts IN this module.
There are three parts TO this module. (I have seen this form, and found it something new!)

C and E

C&E

Simon please comment answers in written forms also, I find it difficult

CF

B E

C
E

C E

B and C

B & F

C,E

After listening three times more, I found C and E as correct answers. He speaks fairly fast and uses phrases a lot! Those are reasons making listening hard.

C ,d

C
E
Simon, could you please tell us the source of audio?
Than you

C,E

c and e

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

C - nothing is mentioned about this
E - his advice is to keep your car for an extra year (i.e. 5 years, not 4)

C nd F

C and E

Dear Simon,

What is the source of the audio?
Thank you.

B & C

My first ans was B n C but when i keep listening second time i got B n E ..it was an easy test but the fact is that need more and more practice. I understood everhing what he depicted but im not tend to go through.

C & E

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