from PHB1, Page 77...
You gain a bonus to opportunity attacks equal to your Wisdom modifier. An enemy struck by your oppor- tunity attack stops moving, if a move provoked the attack. If it still has actions remaining, it can use them to resume moving.
Now, my question is, when they say "if it still has actions remaining, it can use them to resume moving", do they mean they can use another Action to gain a whole new Move Action, as per usual (seeing as a character is technically allowed two Move Actions per turn), or do they have to spend an additional Move Action to simply continue using that SAME INITIAL Move Action?
For example, "Human Fighter" and "Goblin" are adjacecnt to one another in combat. Goblin has a Movement Speed of 6, and attempts to move away from Human Fighter. Human Fighter provokes an Opportunity Attack using Combat Superiority and lands the hit, halting Goblin's Movement. Goblin has technically consumed one unit of Movement, and has 5 remaining. Goblin spends another Move Action to get away from Human Fighter. Does Goblin now still have 5 remaining units of Speed, or is he granted that additional +1 back on this current movement action?
Just curious, as this could drastically change the way I design the character.