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problem vs puzzle #1 (permalink) Mon Mar 24, 2008 20:25 pm   problem vs puzzle
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #70 "Chit Chat: In the train", question 8

Mr Corp: Well, you'll have no such ......... today, madam.

(a) puzzle
(b) situation
(c) condition
(d) problem

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #70 "Chit Chat: In the train", answer 8

Mr Corp: Well, you'll have no such problem today, madam.

Correct answer: (d) problem

Your answer was: incorrect
Mr Corp: Well, you'll have no such puzzle today, madam.
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problem vs puzzle #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 31, 2008 20:26 pm   problem vs puzzle
 

A puzzle is a riddle or a game so it wouldn't fit it in here.

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problem vs puzzle #3 (permalink) Sun Mar 22, 2009 21:03 pm   problem vs puzzle
 

Why do not fill the word situation here?
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problem vs puzzle #4 (permalink) Sat Mar 28, 2009 14:13 pm   problem vs puzzle
 

hi everybody, when I was having the test , I thought that situation is more suitable as she lost her way is considered a situation not a problem.
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problem vs puzzle #5 (permalink) Tue May 11, 2010 13:36 pm   problem vs puzzle
 

hello
problem is a countable noun
why here in this sentence :
you'll have no such problem today

we can't say you'll have no such a problem today
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