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Phrase "little peace and halt at the office"



 
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Phrase "little peace and halt at the office" #1 (permalink) Sun Jun 15, 2008 16:56 pm   Phrase "little peace and halt at the office"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #73 "At the End of the Day (2)", question 4

Should you wish for a little peace and ......... at the office,

(a) quite
(b) still
(c) halt
(d) quiet

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #73 "At the End of the Day (2)", answer 4

Should you wish for a little peace and quiet at the office,

Correct answer: (d) quiet

Your answer was: incorrect
Should you wish for a little peace and halt at the office,
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what does this halt does mean?

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Phrase "little peace and halt at the office" #2 (permalink) Sun Jun 15, 2008 22:57 pm   Phrase "little peace and halt at the office"
 

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It means nothing in this sentence; it is a false answer. Your dictionary will supply you with several meanings of the word.
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