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Anything similar to a scarf?



 
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Anything similar to a scarf? #1 (permalink) Wed Jan 12, 2011 23:03 pm   Anything similar to a scarf?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #124 "Real Life: Accessories and Clothing (1)", question 1

A person should wear a scarf around his/her ......... in the winter time to keep warm. A scarf is a long, knitted accessory.

(a) wrist
(b) waist
(c) neck
(d) back

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #124 "Real Life: Accessories and Clothing (1)", answer 1

A person should wear a scarf around his/her neck in the winter time to keep warm. A scarf is a long, knitted accessory.

Correct answer: (c) neck
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is there any thing semilar to the scarf and how could we call it??
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Anything similar to a scarf? #2 (permalink) Thu Jan 13, 2011 0:42 am   Anything similar to a scarf?
 

There's nothing like a scarf except another scarf.
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