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If you mention... #1 (permalink) Wed Jan 26, 2005 6:28 am   If you mention...
 

Test No. incompl/inter-93 "Hotchpotch", question 2

f you mention someone's mistakes in public, it can only be regarded as very ..........

(a) tactless
(b) casual
(c) careless
(d) pointed

Test No. incompl/inter-93 "Hotchpotch", answer 2

f you mention someone's mistakes in public, it can only be regarded as very tactless.

Correct answer: (a) tactless

Your answer was: correct
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A typo here, maybe? IF?
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Typo #2 (permalink) Wed Jan 26, 2005 10:28 am   Typo
 

You are right. It has to be If. Change made. Thanks for pointing out.

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