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Airlines and departures #1 (permalink) Fri Oct 14, 2005 0:45 am   Airlines and departures
 

Test No. errors/advan-5 "At the Airport", question 9

There is a large board in the main hall of the airport where you can easily read the different terminations to which airlines can take you.

(a) There is
(b) main hall
(c) easily
(d) terminations

Test No. errors/advan-5 "At the Airport", answer 9

There is a large board in the main hall of the airport where you can easily read the different destinations to which airlines can take you.

Correct entry: destinations
The error was: (d) terminations
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Airlines and departures #2 (permalink) Fri Oct 14, 2005 5:14 am   Airlines and departures
 

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Airlines cannot take you to departures.
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