was the consumer satisfied with our work?
A. satisfaction is guaranteed.
C i found a new customer today
though this question is a listening comprehension,
i wonder the differences between A and B
the correct answer is B, but how come A is not ?
satisfaction is guaranteed, that is , services we provided with you will satisfy
am i wrong logically??
- 羅莉Lv 710 年前最佳解答
Was the consumer satisfied with our work?
A. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
C I found a new customer today
The question is in past tense; it is asked after the consumer has seen,
experienced, or used the work, i.e. it asks about a past event.
Item A is in present tense, denoting an assurance before the consumer
accesses the work, and therefore it is not a matching answer.
Item B "Very" is a short expression of "Yes, the consumer was very satisfied",
and is deemed the correct answer.
Item C does not answer the question at all, and is an incorrect answer.參考資料： 英文文法與翻譯經驗
- 天秤座男子Lv 510 年前
很榮幸能為您服務，若有任何疑慮請寫信給我，小弟自當盡力而為： Was the consumer satisfied with our work?
A. Satisfaction is guaranteed. àThe tense of “is” is wrong.
B. Very à It is correct.
C. I found a new customer today. àThe key to the problem is on the Subject “the consumer”.The complete reply will be “Yes, he/she was very satisfied with our work.”The simple reply will be “Yes, he was very satisfied.”The simpler reply will be “Yes, he was.”The simplest reply will be “Yes” or “Very”. à B is correct. If the answer is A, the question will be “How is the satisfaction with our work?”à The Subject is “the satisfaction”. ～供您參考並請指教～參考資料： English Grammar of Libra