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Go to the left #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:58 am   Go to the left
 

Test No. express/elem-3 "Take it easy", question 10

When you come to the crossroads, you turn left.

(a) look left
(b) go to the left
(c) find the left
(d) keep to the left

Test No. express/elem-3 "Take it easy", answer 10

When you come to the crossroads, you go to the left.

Correct answer: (b) go to the left

Your answer was: incorrect
When you come to the crossroads, you look left.
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why the correct answer is go to left?
What does it mean?

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Go to the left #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 16, 2005 11:05 am   Go to the left
 

Hi Horizon,

You go to the left means that is the direction you take when you reach the crossroad, either walking or driving.

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