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I have a few examples and I'm not quite sure what is the right one. My answers are underlined.

Jack bought ___ copy of the novel
a) an own
b) his own
c) own
d) the own

The rescue workers knew how to___ the emergency
a) act on
b) cope with
c) deal in
d) settle with

The point of her story is ___
a) a bit unclear
b) a little unclear
c) somewhat unclear
d) all are right

Her parent did not want ____ her boyfriend
a) her to marry
b) that she married
c) that she would marry
d) that she should marry

____ when the two of us were in London
a) Me and my friend visited several museums
b) My friend and I visited several museums
c) My friend and me visited....
d) We visited several museums with my friend
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1b

2b

3ac

4a

5b
I agree with Incho, including the doubts on the 3rdEmotion: smile
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Hi Marius

I am not doubtful.<:o)
TMM, 3d.

CB
I think I'd vote with the majority here; except:

The point of her story is ___
a) a bit unclear
b) a little unclear
c) somewhat unclear
d) all are right

____ when the two of us were in London
a) Me and my friend visited several museums
b) My friend and I visited several museums
c) My friend and me visited....
d) We visited several museums with my friend

MrP
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I think "all are right" is "metalanguage" referring back to the previous three choices. There is no intent to ask if the following sentence is grammatically correct. Emotion: smile

The point of her story is all are right.

CJ
CalifJimI think "all are right" is "metalanguage" referring back to the previous three choices.
Thank you, Jim!

<slaps own head>

MrP