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She wants to live in Paris #1 (permalink) Sun May 01, 2005 14:35 pm   She wants to live in Paris
 

Test No. errors/elem-2 "Be careful", question 5

She wants live in Paris because she likes the French language very much.

(a) wants
(b) likes
(c) very much

Test No. errors/elem-2 "Be careful", answer 5

She wants to live in Paris because she likes the French language very much.

Correct entry: wants to
The error was: (a) wants
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Your answer #2 (permalink) Sun May 01, 2005 18:53 pm   Your answer
 

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