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What's the correct spelling of 'school'? (typo here or what?)



 
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What's the correct spelling of 'school'? (typo here or what?) #1 (permalink) Wed Feb 23, 2005 8:38 am   What's the correct spelling of 'school'? (typo here or what?)
 

Test No. incompl/advan-44 "Scandal", question 3

Apparently when he was still at shool, he didn't have a ticket for his train journey one day and he was ..........

(a) found
(b) founded
(c) funded
(d) fined

Test No. incompl/advan-44 "Scandal", answer 3

Apparently when he was still at shool, he didn't have a ticket for his train journey one day and he was fined.

Correct answer: (d) fined

Your answer was: correct
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By any chance, would it be school? if not, what does shool mean?

thanks,,,.........
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School #2 (permalink) Wed Feb 23, 2005 11:45 am   School
 

Richard,

You are right, it must be school. Thanks for pointing out, it'll be amended soon.

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