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wherever #1 (permalink) Sun Jul 24, 2011 20:32 pm   wherever
 

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #610 "Real Life: Real Estate (5)", question 3

My husband refuses to park our cars in the .......... Instead, he turned it into a shop and insists he will do the same where ever we move.

(a) living room
(b) washroom
(c) garage
(d) solarium

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #610 "Real Life: Real Estate (5)", answer 3

My husband refuses to park our cars in the garage. Instead, he turned it into a shop and insists he will do the same where ever we move.

Correct answer: (c) garage

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wherever #2 (permalink) Sun Jul 24, 2011 20:58 pm   wherever
 

Yes, it should.

I'll get onto it.
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