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What does this phrase mean: It was a tie?



 
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What does this phrase mean: It was a tie? #1 (permalink) Tue Aug 03, 2010 14:39 pm   What does this phrase mean: It was a tie?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #256 "Dialogue Comprehension (5)", question 1

Who won the game? .........

(a) It was a tie.
(b) I have it tied down.
(c) I lost my keys.
(d) She is sexy.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #256 "Dialogue Comprehension (5)", answer 1

Who won the game? It was a tie.

Correct answer: (a) It was a tie.

Your answer was: incorrect
Who won the game? She is sexy.
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What does this phrase mean: It was a tie? #2 (permalink) Tue Aug 03, 2010 14:41 pm   What does this phrase mean: It was a tie?
 

A tie means a draw. It's a situation in a game when neither competing side wins.
For example score 2-2 means that a game ended in a tie.
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