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1. The leader (made/ gave/ said/ did) a touching speech during yesterday's meeting.

2. Mona (went/ used to go/ would go) to the library thrice a week when she was young.

3. (Did you wait / Had you waited) until the car had been checked before you returned home?

My answer:

1. Both 'made' and 'gave' are OK.

2. All choices are OK.

3. Did you wait...........?

Am I right?

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1. The leader (made/ gave/ said/ did) a touching speech during yesterday's meeting.

2. Mona (went/ used to go/ would go) to the library thrice a week when she was young.

3. (Did you wait / Had you waited) until the car had been checked before you returned home?

My answer:

1. Both 'made' and 'gave' are OK. Yes

2. All choices are OK. Yes. But note that the word 'thrice' is so old-fashioned that it is almost archaic. Say three times a week.

3. Did you wait...........Yes

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Omar AhmedAm I right?

Yes. Thrice is a word you won't hear many times in your lifetime.

CB

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Comments  
Omar Ahmed1. Both 'made' and 'gave' are OK.

Right.

Omar Ahmed2. All choices are OK.

Yes.

Omar Ahmed3. Did you wait...........?

Right.

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