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Encasements vs. incasement



 
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Encasements vs. incasement #1 (permalink) Thu Jan 26, 2006 7:17 am   Encasements vs. incasement
 

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #95 "Corporate Policy (3)", question 4

You should solicit and utilize feedback on all of your ..........

(a) encasements
(b) emulision
(c) elation
(d) endeavors

Business English Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #95 "Corporate Policy (3)", answer 4

You should solicit and utilize feedback on all of your endeavors.

Correct answer: (d) endeavors
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Hello Alan,

Could you please tell me if the word 'encasements' is the British version of 'incasement'. I'm using Babylon Pro (an electronic dictionary) and it doesn't contain the word 'encasement' - there is only 'incasement'. I've googled it and there are both versions.
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I/encasement #2 (permalink) Thu Jan 26, 2006 9:39 am   I/encasement
 

Hi Nicole,

This is a test provided by an American contributor. I have checked on the spelling and from my examination I see that both forms are used ie in/encasement.

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