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What are certain plants? #1 (permalink) Wed Jul 28, 2010 16:42 pm   What are certain plants?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #226 "Confusing Words test (9)", question 2

The Sahara ......... is a very hot and dry place. However, in spite of the harsh climate, certain plants and animals continue to prosper there.

(a) Desert
(b) Dessert
(c) Desk
(d) Discern

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #226 "Confusing Words test (9)", answer 2

The Sahara Desert is a very hot and dry place. However, in spite of the harsh climate, certain plants and animals continue to prosper there.

Correct answer: (a) Desert
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What are certain plants? #2 (permalink) Wed Jul 28, 2010 19:35 pm   What are certain plants?
 

"Certain" in this case means "An indefinite but limited number; some."
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