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meaning of "cast toes" #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 07, 2007 16:27 pm   meaning of "cast toes"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #243 "Confusing Words test (16)", question 5

Steven broke his big toe but doctors don't usually ......... toes so he should be really careful until it heals.

(a) caste
(b) cast
(c) cost

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #243 "Confusing Words test (16)", answer 5

Steven broke his big toe but doctors don't usually cast toes so he should be really careful until it heals.

Correct answer: (b) cast

Your answer was: correct
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I dont understand what "cast toes" means,
could you give me an explanation, please
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meaning of "cast toes" #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 07, 2007 17:30 pm   meaning of "cast toes"
 

Hello,

When you break your bones, doctors cast them meaning to wrap them in a firm bandage. But when you break your toe, doctors would probably leave it open because your toe is too small to be cast. So you have to be careful.

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