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why is used the verb to shoot instead to take some photos?



 
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why is used the verb to shoot instead to take some photos? #1 (permalink) Mon Jan 19, 2009 20:59 pm   why is used the verb to shoot instead to take some photos?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #120 "Conversations and Comprehension (2)", question 3

Brad: I have to work on Saturday. I have to shoot some photos of a waterfall. What are you up to?
Jane: Not much, I have to work around the house. Is Beth coming with you?
Brad: No, she's staying home. You should give her a call if you have time.
What's Brad's profession? ..........

(a) He is a hunter.
(b) He is a photographer.
(c) He is a park ranger.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #120 "Conversations and Comprehension (2)", answer 3

Brad: I have to work on Saturday. I have to shoot some photos of a waterfall. What are you up to?
Jane: Not much, I have to work around the house. Is Beth coming with you?
Brad: No, she's staying home. You should give her a call if you have time.
What's Brad's profession? He is a photographer..

Correct answer: (b) He is a photographer.
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why is used the verb to shoot instead to take some photos? #2 (permalink) Tue Jan 20, 2009 13:14 pm   why is used the verb to shoot instead to take some photos?
 

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'Shoot photos' is a common English synonym for 'take photos'.
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