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Hello,

1.I was completing a test online and I have a few questions about the wrong answers.

This fish is completely delicious. I chose 'very' but it was a mistake. (Why 'completely' is a mistake?)

really

very

2.He can't have gone to them yeasterday. John was there and nobody saw him.

musn't have gone ( I chose this answer, as I decided that it shows a logical conclusion)

3.Argentina that/which is popular with the tourrists....

I thought that that is correct.

Could you help me please?
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Hi,

1.I was completing a test online and I have a few questions about the wrong answers.

This fish is completely delicious. I chose 'very' but it was a mistake. (Why 'completely' is a mistake?)

really

very

Some people will say that somethingis either delicious or it is not. However, I think it's really a matter of what is idiomatic. Of these 3 choices, only 'really' sounds good to me.

2.He can't have gone to them yeasterday. John was there and nobody saw him.

musn't have gone ( I chose this answer, as I decided that it shows a logical conclusion)

Either is OK, but I think 'can't have gone' is the more common.

3.Argentina that/which is popular with the tourrists..

To form a correct main clause, neither is correct.

I thought that that is correct.

Could you help me please?

Clive
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Thank you.
About number 3, I'd say that the question is incorrect.

'Which' is used between commas, to add information to a object. For instance:
Argentina, which is popular for tourists, is located in South America.

'That' is used to clarify which object you mean. For example:
The country located in South America that is called Argentina is popular for tourists.

Therefore in the case of this question neither is correct.
Thank you very much.
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