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Expression: a special language for children #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 11, 2009 17:58 pm   Expression: a special language for children
 

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #72 "At the End of the Day (1)", question 5

To start with there is a special ......... for children.

(a) talk
(b) language
(c) speak
(d) chat

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #72 "At the End of the Day (1)", answer 5

To start with there is a special language for children.

Correct answer: (b) language
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Expression: a special language for children #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 11, 2009 18:02 pm   Expression: a special language for children
 

I don't think that can be correct David.
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