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Difference between cloths and clothes #1 (permalink) Sun Nov 27, 2005 5:26 am   Difference between cloths and clothes
 

Test No. errors/advan-3 "The audience went wild", question 10

As it was a very serious occasion and it involved an interview for his first proper job, he decided to buy himself a new suite.

(a) As
(b) occasion
(c) proper
(d) suite

Test No. errors/advan-3 "The audience went wild", answer 10

As it was a very serious occasion and it involved an interview for his first proper job, he decided to buy himself a new suit.

Correct entry: suit
The error was: (d) suite

Your answer was: n/a
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Difference between cloths and clothes #2 (permalink) Sun Nov 27, 2005 8:03 am   Difference between cloths and clothes
 

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Cloths are pieces of fabric-- for instance, washcloths or tablecloths.

Clothes are wearing apparel-- shirts, pants, etc.
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