[reply to] If you have any trouble, be sure to call me.

windyvalley

Senior Member
Chinese
Hi,



If you have any trouble, be sure to call me.
—_______.
A. I am glad to hear that B. I will. thank you very much.
C. I have no trouble D. I will think it over

I would like to choose B as it is what I would answer the suggestion.
But the answer is C. The reason is that Natives would accept or refuse directly the suggestion like answer C.

Is that right?

Thanks.

Windy
 
  • windyvalley

    Senior Member
    Chinese
    Thanks for letting me know, Tazzler.

    I am very frustrated. Sometime I found the teacher gave the wrong key to answer. This troubles me if I follow it, then I learn something wrong. If I do not, then I would get a bad score for an English test. :(
     

    sound shift

    Senior Member
    English - England
    I agree with Tazzler. "If you have any trouble, be sure to call me" refers to trouble with some future activity. You would not reply "I have no trouble", because the activity has not started yet. I sympathise with you, windyvalley.
     
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