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Meaning of character #1 (permalink) Fri Feb 18, 2005 12:55 pm   Meaning of character
 

Test No. incompl/inter-85 "Simple Present (2)", question 1

The other ......... in this anecdote is a young woman called Sally Fairweather.

(a) feature
(b) part
(c) character
(d) principal

Test No. incompl/inter-85 "Simple Present (2)", answer 1

The other character in this anecdote is a young woman called Sally Fairweather.

Correct answer: (c) character
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Character #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 21, 2005 20:12 pm   Character
 

We use character here because it refers to a person.
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Meaning of character #3 (permalink) Tue May 25, 2010 14:28 pm   Meaning of character
 

Hi, Alan!
May i know the meaning of Fairweather?

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Meaning of character #4 (permalink) Tue May 25, 2010 15:01 pm   Meaning of character
 

Hello Khu,

In this sentence 'Fairweather' is Sally's surname - her family name.

Although many family names (including this one) have a historic meaning, there is no definition for it in this sentence.
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Meaning of character #5 (permalink) Tue May 25, 2010 15:05 pm   Meaning of character
 

Thank you very much!
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