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Premier vs. first #1 (permalink) Wed Apr 05, 2006 13:05 pm   Premier vs. first
 

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ESL/EFL Test #124 "English tense explanations (2)", question 2

The ......... thing to remember is

(a) superior
(b) premier
(c) premium
(d) first

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #124 "English tense explanations (2)", answer 2

The first thing to remember is

Correct answer: (d) first
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premier vs. first

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Premier #2 (permalink) Wed Apr 05, 2006 13:17 pm   Premier
 

Hi,

Premier would be used with the idea of best quality but here we need the word first to indicate that it is the one at the beginning.

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