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Is a poster a photo? #1 (permalink) Sat Aug 28, 2010 7:34 am   Is a poster a photo?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #861 "Harriet Tubman", question 7

News of her rescue trips spread through slave quarters; angry slaveholders offered a huge reward for her capture. ........., Harriet's lack of education was nearly responsible for her seizure when she fell asleep under her wanted poster. Fortunately, a Quaker abolitionist alerted her to the danger.

(a) Phonetically
(b) Joyously
(c) Magically
(d) Ironically

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #861 "Harriet Tubman", answer 7

News of her rescue trips spread through slave quarters; angry slaveholders offered a huge reward for her capture. Ironically, Harriet's lack of education was nearly responsible for her seizure when she fell asleep under her wanted poster. Fortunately, a Quaker abolitionist alerted her to the danger.

Correct answer: (d) Ironically

Your answer was: correct
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Hello, Dear Team,

Her wanted poster, after the third rereading I understood it like the poster whith her photo. Am I right?

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Is a poster a photo? #2 (permalink) Sat Aug 28, 2010 10:27 am   Is a poster a photo?
 

That's the sort of thing, yes, Dina.
It was a poster indicating that the law-upholding authorities were searching for her. It would contain her description and details of her 'crime' and possibly an image of her.
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