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snowmen. #1 (permalink) Sun Aug 07, 2011 23:30 pm   snowmen.
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #117 "Weather Test (4)", question 10

Children often pack snow into round shapes in order to make large, human-sized figures called ..........

(a) snowballs
(b) snowmen
(c) snow angels

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #117 "Weather Test (4)", answer 10

Children often pack snow into round shapes in order to make large, human-sized figures called snowmen.

Correct answer: (b) snowmen

Your answer was: incorrect
Children often pack snow into round shapes in order to make large, human-sized figures called snowballs.
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Dear teachers,In Russia we traditionally call these figures as 'snow women'.
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snowmen. #2 (permalink) Mon Aug 08, 2011 0:03 am   snowmen.
 

And in Japan, they're called 'snow Darumas'. (Daruma was the Indian monk who introduced Zen Buddhism into China.)
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