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What is the difference between "read" and "red"? #1 (permalink) Thu May 05, 2005 22:11 pm   What is the difference between "read" and "red"?
 

Test No. errors/elem-1 "Much information", question 10

I don't think I have ever red one of his books.

(a) think
(b) ever
(c) red

Test No. errors/elem-1 "Much information", answer 10

I don't think I have ever read one of his books.

Correct entry: read
The error was: (c) red
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Red vs. read #2 (permalink) Fri May 06, 2005 8:43 am   Red vs. read
 

Anonymous wrote:
Correct entry: read
The error was: (c) red
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Red/read #3 (permalink) Fri May 06, 2005 8:50 am   Red/read
 

Just another thought on this - I deliberately put in red and read because both words are pronounced the same.
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Red/read #4 (permalink) Thu Nov 17, 2005 13:43 pm   Red/read
 

Alan wrote:
Just another thought on this - I deliberately put in red and read because both words are pronounced the same.


Just to make it more clear for those who are as stupid as I am...

Infinitive Past Past Participle
read read read

It?s true, I checked it from Internet ;)

ABSOLUTELY!

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Red/read #5 (permalink) Mon Jun 21, 2010 18:53 pm   Red/read
 

Anonymous wrote:
Alan wrote:
Just another thought on this - I deliberately put in red and read because both words are pronounced the same.


Just to make it more clear for those who are as stupid as I am...

Infinitive Past Past Participle
read read read

It?s true, I checked it from Internet ;)

ABSOLUTELY!

Alan


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