Multiple choice questions
1. you have my word
– the boundaries or the outside limit of something * The wide scope of power he has in this company allows him to make decisions at all levels of management.
– a phrase used when someone expect one thing but gets something else; to wonder about something that is mysterious or unclear and then to find out what it is * We thought that there was a dangerous animal trapped under the car, but it turned out to be a cat.
– to expect; to predict; to think something is likely to happen * All of the employees in the company anticipated getting a large cash bonus at the end of the year.
– I give you my promise * You have my word that I will be there at 10 a.m. to help you with the presentation.
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