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drew a line vs. painted a line #1 (permalink) Sat Apr 19, 2008 3:12 am   drew a line vs. painted a line
 

Common Errors in English, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #10 "Late at the Office", question 2

Her office supervisor had a special attendance book and in it she painted a line at quarter past nine.

(a) supervisor
(b) attendance
(c) painted
(d) quarter past

Common Errors in English, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #10 "Late at the Office", answer 2

Her office supervisor had a special attendance book and in it she drew a line at quarter past nine.

Correct entry: drew
The error was: (c) painted
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should it be drew instead of painted?

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drew a line vs. painted a line #2 (permalink) Sat Apr 19, 2008 8:20 am   drew a line vs. painted a line
 

Hi,

Your question:

Quote:
should it be drew instead of painted
.

The answer is 'yes'.

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