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Difference between wright and right #1 (permalink) Thu Feb 10, 2005 13:29 pm   Difference between wright and right
 

Test No. incompl/elem-8 "Articles", question 3

It is important sometimes to stop and look around you at all the wonderful things ..........

(a) nature
(b) in nature
(c) in the nature

Test No. incompl/elem-8 "Articles", answer 3

It is important sometimes to stop and look around you at all the wonderful things in nature.

Correct answer: (b) in nature
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in nature or in the nature, which is wright?
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Difference between wright and right #2 (permalink) Thu Feb 10, 2005 13:39 pm   Difference between wright and right
 

Anonymous wrote:
Correct answer: (b) in nature
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in nature or in the nature, which is wright?


Hi guest,

Please open your eyes and read the sentence above.
Also, a wright is an artist. For example a playwright writes plays for the theatre.
What you mean is the word right.

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