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What are creative juices?



 
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What are creative juices? #1 (permalink) Wed Dec 28, 2005 13:56 pm   What are creative juices?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #95 "Corporate Policy (III)", question 7

Let your creative juices ..........

(a) run
(b) collaborate
(c) solidify
(d) flow

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #95 "Corporate Policy (III)", answer 7

Let your creative juices flow.

Correct answer: (d) flow

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What are 'creative juices'?

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Creative juices #2 (permalink) Wed Dec 28, 2005 14:55 pm   Creative juices
 

Hi Deya,

This is an expression meaning your imagination/your ability to create something new.

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