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27 January

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How do you say this in English (US)? A: You haven't lost the ticket, have you?
B: ______. I know it's not easy to get another one at the moment.


Choices :
A. I hope not.
B. Yes, I have.
C. I hope.
D. Not, I'm afraid so.


Which one is correct, and why?

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How do you say this in English (US)? A:  You haven't lost the ticket, have you? 
B:  ______.  I know it's not easy to get another one at the moment. 


Choices : 
A.  I hope not. 
B. Yes, I have. 
C. I hope. 
D. Not, I'm afraid so. 


Which one is correct, and why?
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