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Definition of "a sentence for consideration"



 
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Definition of "a sentence for consideration" #1 (permalink) Thu Sep 14, 2006 1:38 am   Definition of "a sentence for consideration"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #115 "Synonyms for mistake and blunder", question 1

There must be some ........., I think we have come to the wrong house.

(a) error
(b) fault
(c) mistake
(d) slip

Synonym Search, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #115 "Synonyms for mistake and blunder", answer 1

There must be some mistake, I think we have come to the wrong house.

Correct answer: (c) mistake
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what is a sentence for consideration?
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Definition of "a sentence for consideration" #2 (permalink) Thu Sep 14, 2006 13:09 pm   Definition of "a sentence for consideration"
 

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A sentence for consideration is a sentence for the reader to think about or examine.
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