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We all got wet? #1 (permalink) Sat Sep 13, 2008 3:49 am   We all got wet?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #111 "Postcard: Holiday", question 6

It has rained all day today and as a result we have all got ..........

(a) damp
(b) sticky
(c) wet

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #111 "Postcard: Holiday", answer 6

It has rained all day today and as a result we have all got wet.

Correct answer: (c) wet
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We all got wet? #2 (permalink) Sat Sep 13, 2008 8:50 am   We all got wet?
 

The answer is 'wet'.

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We all got wet? #3 (permalink) Thu Jun 10, 2010 20:33 pm   We all got wet?
 

please can you explain what is the difference between wet and damp with an example.
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We all got wet? #4 (permalink) Thu Jun 10, 2010 20:38 pm   We all got wet?
 

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Hi Mouhannad,

'Wet' means full of water. If you leave your clothes on a line in the rain and then go out to look at them after it has stopped raining, you will find they are wet. You can leave these clothes in the sun to dry and soon they will be less wet but if there is still some water in the clothes, they will be damp. It isn't a good idea to sit on the grass after rain because the ground will be damp and when you get up from the grass, you will find your clothes are damp.

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