Elementary Vocabulary Test 2

Elementary Vocabulary Test 2



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8 thoughts on “Elementary Vocabulary Test 2”

  1. Hi,

    Question 10:
    Let’s buy something to eat! What does the underlined word refer to?

    But I can see no underlined word

  2. In Question 82. I think you´d better say:
    She has got a ______ around her neck, instead of saying,
    She has got a ______ over her head.

    • Both “over her head” and “around her neck” can be used. So there is no problem with the question. If you google the words “a scarf over her head” you will find many usages.

  3. Jorge Eliecer Julio Puello he was right because you can confuse people with the termanology of “over her head” cuase i can say that she had a hat over head or she got a blanket or a cover over head that needs to fixed

    for the record some question 34 wasnt underlined

    over all it was a nice quiz

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