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to audition for a role? #1 (permalink) Tue Aug 14, 2012 18:38 pm   to audition for a role?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #224 "Confusing Words test (7)", question 2

Sandra loves her drama class, so she decided to audition for the lead ......... in the school play.

(a) roll
(b) rail
(c) rule
(d) role

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #224 "Confusing Words test (7)", answer 2

Sandra loves her drama class, so she decided to audition for the lead role in the school play.

Correct answer: (d) role
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to audition for the lead role = to take part in an audition to win the lead role?

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to audition for a role? #2 (permalink) Wed Aug 15, 2012 0:22 am   to audition for a role?
 

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