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meaning of daft #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 28, 2007 23:59 pm   meaning of daft
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #208 "What Comes Next? (2)", question 3

You don't have to shout ..........

(a) I'm not that daft
(b) I'm not that deaf
(c) I'm not that dead
(d) I'm not that dumb

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #208 "What Comes Next? (2)", answer 3

You don't have to shout I'm not that deaf.

Correct answer: (b) I'm not that deaf
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WHAT IS THE MEANING OF DAFT?

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meaning of daft #2 (permalink) Thu Mar 29, 2007 13:58 pm   meaning of daft
 

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