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meaning of climax #1 (permalink) Sun Nov 04, 2007 9:33 am   meaning of climax
 

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ESL/EFL Test #269 "Literary Terms (1)", question 8

An idea or saying that has been overused is called a ..........

(a) cliche
(b) climax
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English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #269 "Literary Terms (1)", answer 8

An idea or saying that has been overused is called a cliche.

Correct answer: (a) cliche
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meaning of climax #2 (permalink) Sun Nov 04, 2007 9:48 am   meaning of climax
 

For clear and concise definitions you can check this dictionary, for example: climax
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meaning of climax #3 (permalink) Mon Nov 05, 2007 15:24 pm   meaning of climax
 

do you want to know the boring answer or the interesting answer?
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meaning of climax #4 (permalink) Mon Nov 05, 2007 23:10 pm   meaning of climax
 

Boke wrote:
do you want to know the boring answer or the interesting answer?

And to think I once thought you were Chinese or something! :) (I only see squares instead of your signature, maybe that's why)
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