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The black sheep of the family #1 (permalink) Wed Jun 01, 2005 7:13 am   The black sheep of the family
 

Test No. express/advan-1 "Animals", question 3

No-one ever mentions him because he's regarded as the black sheep of the family.

(a) the one with a sense of humour
(b) the one with a bad reputation
(c) the one who is always late
(d) the one who never washes

Test No. express/advan-1 "Animals", answer 3

No-one ever mentions him because he's regarded as the one with a bad reputation.

Correct answer: (b) the one with a bad reputation
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Expressions #2 (permalink) Wed Jun 01, 2005 17:05 pm   Expressions
 

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