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December is a month after November and is the twelveth of the year, right?



 
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December is a month after November and is the twelveth of the year, right? #1 (permalink) Wed Dec 02, 2009 15:16 pm   December is a month after November and is the twelveth of the year, right?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #116 "Weather Test (3)", question 3

......... is the month after October and is the eleventh month of the year.

(a) November
(b) September
(c) December

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #116 "Weather Test (3)", answer 3

November is the month after October and is the eleventh month of the year.

Correct answer: (a) November

Your answer was: incorrect
December is the month after October and is the eleventh month of the year.
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December is a month after November and is the twelveth of the year, right?
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December is a month after November and is the twelveth of the year, right? #2 (permalink) Thu Dec 03, 2009 5:45 am   December is a month after November and is the twelveth of the year, right?
 

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