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Difference between route and map #1 (permalink) Mon Mar 21, 2005 15:24 pm   Difference between route and map
 

Test No. incompl/elem-20 "Where am I?", question 4

I see you have a ......... in your car.

(a) card
(b) route
(c) map
(d) drawing

Test No. incompl/elem-20 "Where am I?", answer 4

I see you have a map in your car.

Correct answer: (c) map

Your answer was: incorrect
I see you have a route in your car.
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what is 'route'? I don't have a car and I don't know about it exactly.
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Difference between route and map #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 21, 2005 16:14 pm   Difference between route and map
 

A route is an established line of travel or a way you can follow.
A map is a document that contains routes (roads, streets and other geographical information)

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Yes... #3 (permalink) Tue Mar 22, 2005 20:28 pm   Yes...
 

Hence you could hardly have route in your car but you can easily have a map in your automobile.
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Difference between route and map #4 (permalink) Fri Aug 07, 2009 4:27 am   Difference between route and map
 

As more I learn English, as more I understand that I don't know the language!
Month ago when I spoke everybody understand me... sometimes...
Three month ago only two or three people out of ten could figure out what about I was talking.
Five month ago I was able to speak only have an hour, then my hands got tired.
Now, when I am trying to pass TOEFL, I know that my knowledge of English is very poor.

Thank for the tests and explanations. :)
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Difference between route and map #5 (permalink) Fri Mar 26, 2010 20:44 pm   Difference between route and map
 

Suren wrote:
As more I learn English, as more I understand that I don't know the language!
Month ago when I spoke everybody understand me... sometimes...
Three month ago only two or three people out of ten could figure out what about I was talking.
Five month ago I was able to speak only have an hour, then my hands got tired.
Now, when I am trying to pass TOEFL, I know that my knowledge of English is very poor.

Thank for the tests and explanations. :)

I totally agree with you.I like your statement.
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