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immanent vs illicit #1 (permalink) Wed Oct 24, 2007 19:46 pm   immanent vs illicit
 

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ESL/EFL Test #240 "Interactive worksheets (1)", question 10

All animals are born with innate or ......... qualities. As they grow, they pick up new skills from their environment.

(a) eminent
(b) immanent
(c) imminent
(d) illicit

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #240 "Interactive worksheets (1)", answer 10

All animals are born with innate or immanent qualities. As they grow, they pick up new skills from their environment.

Correct answer: (b) immanent

Your answer was: incorrect
All animals are born with innate or illicit qualities. As they grow, they pick up new skills from their environment.
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why immanent instead of illicit?

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immanent vs illicit #2 (permalink) Thu Oct 25, 2007 7:38 am   immanent vs illicit
 

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The two words are unrelated, Leopardino. Do you have a DICTIONARY? If you will look in this one, you will find that 'illicit' makes no sense in the context of this sentence.
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immanent vs illicit #3 (permalink) Mon Jan 07, 2013 15:26 pm   immanent vs illicit
 

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Mister Micawber, I have two dictionaries of the Oxford but I didn`t find out the meaning of immanent, so could you help me? My best regards.
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immanent vs illicit #4 (permalink) Tue Jan 08, 2013 1:42 am   immanent vs illicit
 

Hi Cristovam, the spelling is 'imminent'. Perhaps that's why you couldn't find it.
http://oald8.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/dictionary/imminent
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immanent vs illicit #5 (permalink) Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:49 am   immanent vs illicit
 

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