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Why its not a pencil?



 
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Why its not a pencil? #1 (permalink) Sun Jan 29, 2006 17:47 pm   Why its not a pencil?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #41 "Basic American English", question 7

His ......... will not write. It is out of ink.

(a) pencil
(b) friend
(c) television
(d) pen

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #41 "Basic American English", answer 7

His pen will not write. It is out of ink.

Correct answer: (d) pen

Your answer was: incorrect
His pencil will not write. It is out of ink.
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Pen vs pencil #2 (permalink) Sun Jan 29, 2006 18:31 pm   Pen vs pencil
 

Hi learner,
A pen writes in ink and a pencil writes in graphite.
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