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In many storybooks, witches cast evil spells onto unsuspecting victims.



 
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In many storybooks, witches cast evil spells onto unsuspecting victims. #1 (permalink) Sat Jun 19, 2010 21:46 pm   In many storybooks, witches cast evil spells onto unsuspecting victims.
 

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ESL/EFL Test #816 "'Spell' Common Usages (1)", question 1

In many storybooks, witches cast evil ......... onto unsuspecting victims.

(a) spellings
(b) spells
(c) spell
(d) spelled

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ESL/EFL Test #816 "'Spell' Common Usages (1)", answer 1

In many storybooks, witches cast evil spells onto unsuspecting victims.

Correct answer: (b) spells
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In many storybooks, witches cast evil spells onto unsuspecting victims. #2 (permalink) Sat Jun 19, 2010 23:35 pm   In many storybooks, witches cast evil spells onto unsuspecting victims.
 

A witch (a woman, usually old, with evil magic powers) is a character that appears in many fairy stories.
She casts spells (controls events/people by using a magical power).
The objects of her spells to not usually understand what is happening.
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