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They had a ferocious dog. #1 (permalink) Sat Sep 17, 2011 21:52 pm   They had a ferocious dog.
 

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ESL/EFL Test #76 "Christmas Postman (3)", question 9

I then came to number 56 that Ted had ......... me about. They had a ferocious dog.

(a) warned
(b) threatened
(c) indicated
(d) shown

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #76 "Christmas Postman (3)", answer 9

I then came to number 56 that Ted had warned me about. They had a ferocious dog.

Correct answer: (a) warned
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I then came to number 56 that Ted had warned me about. They had a ferocious dog.

We say warn when we tell sb about a dangerous or unpleasant that is likely to happen.Is it okay?
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They had a ferocious dog. #2 (permalink) Sat Sep 17, 2011 21:56 pm   They had a ferocious dog.
 

We worn sb when we tell him/her about a dangerous or unpleasant that is likely to happen. Is it okay? to warn is of course a verb.
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