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Balmy weather vs Frosty weather #1 (permalink) Thu Dec 18, 2008 11:34 am   Balmy weather vs Frosty weather
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #119 "Weather Test (6)", question 10

......... weather refers to gentle, soothing or mild temperatures not extreme or harsh weather conditions.

(a) Nippy
(b) Balmy
(c) Frosty

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #119 "Weather Test (6)", answer 10

Balmy weather refers to gentle, soothing or mild temperatures not extreme or harsh weather conditions.

Correct answer: (b) Balmy

Your answer was: incorrect
Frosty weather refers to gentle, soothing or mild temperatures not extreme or harsh weather conditions.
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why do you use this word?

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Balmy weather vs Frosty weather #2 (permalink) Thu Dec 18, 2008 14:44 pm   Balmy weather vs Frosty weather
 

Hello Inigma,
I'm not sure which word you are referring to. Also, your question should read "Why did you use this word?"
Both words - balmy and frosty - are used in the English language so I'm wondering if you could be more specific as well.
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