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I'd like my steak? #1 (permalink) Thu Jul 29, 2010 8:03 am   I'd like my steak?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #719 "Real Life: Eating Out (2)", question 10

I'd like to my steak very ......... please. I don't want it to be cooked long at all because I love when my steak is really juicy.

(a) rare
(b) well-done
(c) medium-well

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #719 "Real Life: Eating Out (2)", answer 10

I'd like to my steak very rare please. I don't want it to be cooked long at all because I love when my steak is really juicy.

Correct answer: (a) rare

Your answer was: correct
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Hello,

The first sentence is ungrammatical. Could you please double-check it?

Thank you.

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I'd like my steak? #2 (permalink) Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:06 am   I'd like my steak?
 

I've fixed it, Bhikkhu-- thanks!
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