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A humorist writes funny stories, but how about poems?



 
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A humorist writes funny stories, but how about poems? #1 (permalink) Mon Dec 03, 2007 22:32 pm   A humorist writes funny stories, but how about poems?
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #272 "Literary Terms (4)", question 5

An author who writes funny stories, poems etc. is called a ..........

(a) dramatist
(b) humorist
(c) poet

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #272 "Literary Terms (4)", answer 5

An author who writes funny stories, poems etc. is called a humorist.

Correct answer: (b) humorist

Your answer was: incorrect
An author who writes funny stories, poems etc. is called a dramatist.
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An humorist writes funny stories,but how about poems? Isn't the poet who writes poems?

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Poet #2 (permalink) Mon Dec 03, 2007 22:34 pm   Poet
 

Hello Karlita,
Thanks for pointing that out. I can see how that would be confusing. We'll make the changes right away.
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