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meaning of medieval #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 26, 2008 15:36 pm   meaning of medieval
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #111 "Postcard: Holiday", question 7

Tomorrow we are going to ......... a medieval castle.

(a) call
(b) visit
(c) examine

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #111 "Postcard: Holiday", answer 7

Tomorrow we are going to visit a medieval castle.

Correct answer: (b) visit
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it's medieval means please answer me.

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meaning of medieval #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 26, 2008 19:06 pm   meaning of medieval
 

Hi,

This describes a period in history also called the Middle Ages - 1200-1300 approximately.

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