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He is quite handsome. vs He is quite unimportant. #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 04, 2009 15:53 pm   He is quite handsome. vs He is quite unimportant.
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #755 "Using Adjectives (2)", question 7

He is not a homely man. Rather, he is quite ..........

(a) handsome
(b) feeble
(c) huge
(d) unimportant

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ESL/EFL Test #755 "Using Adjectives (2)", answer 7

He is not a homely man. Rather, he is quite handsome.

Correct answer: (a) handsome

Your answer was: incorrect
He is not a homely man. Rather, he is quite unimportant.
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Hi teacher,

I marked on unimportant two times, but why the answer said I marked on handsome. I think maybe there is an error .
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He is quite handsome. vs He is quite unimportant. #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 04, 2009 16:59 pm   He is quite handsome. vs He is quite unimportant.
 

'Homely' means unattractive in US English.
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He is quite handsome. vs He is quite unimportant. #3 (permalink) Wed Nov 04, 2009 23:29 pm   He is quite handsome. vs He is quite unimportant.
 

Hello,
No, there is no error. Here it shows that you chose 'unimportant' (answer incorrect) but that the correct answer is "handsome."
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He is quite handsome. vs He is quite unimportant. #4 (permalink) Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:02 am   He is quite handsome. vs He is quite unimportant.
 

Dear Linda,

Thank you for your reply. Yes, you are right that I chose an answer incorrect. Thank you very much.
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