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Difference between what and would? #1 (permalink) Mon Nov 24, 2008 13:01 pm   Difference between what and would?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #259 "Irregular Verbs Test (7)", question 4

All of my tropical plants ......... because of the snowstorm last night.

(a) frozen
(b) froze
(c) freeze

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #259 "Irregular Verbs Test (7)", answer 4

All of my tropical plants froze because of the snowstorm last night.

Correct answer: (b) froze
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Difference between what and would? #2 (permalink) Mon Nov 24, 2008 13:29 pm   Difference between what and would?
 

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Sorry, I don't understand your question. Could you explain more?
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