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PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2009 1:34 pm 
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Hi got a bit stuck on this question,

OFF , calf, swimming, beige, magenta.

Calf and swimming are the odd ones out, the rest are colours. I just would like to confirm, is OFF eg, off white or is it just referred to a discolour.

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Rash


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2009 1:38 pm 
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Where does this question come from? I've never heard 'off' referred to as a colour ...


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Hi Guest55, thank goodness I am not the only one!!! I was so confused didn't know how to explain the question to my child, having english as a second lang. I thought I may have missed it...
The paper is from another 11+ website, where you can do online tests or download papers.

Rash


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I would ignore the question - perhaps Patricia or Sally-Anne will be along to comment further.


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I'm here G55 - can you hear the faithful clip-clop of the old horse's hooves? :wink:

Definitely a mistake, Rash. Ignore it.

I'm afraid all papers have bugs, especially when they are from sites that churn out large numbers of free papers.


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Never an 'old horse' in your case Sally-Anne :lol:


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Thank you Sally-Anne and Guest55, I can put my mind at rest now :)


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Guest55 wrote:
Never an 'old horse' in your case Sally-Anne :lol:


There are those - not a million miles away from where I am sitting - who would say that "old nag" might be more appropriate ... :lol:


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