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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 9:21 pm 
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hello people! :)

some of the answers are not only one ! :o

PAPER 7 Q57
(leg arm log)
(end in at)
answer on answer sheet: legend, my son put login... :!:

SAME PAPER Q58
(cat pit rest)
(art on in)
answer on answer sheet: restart, my son put piton... :!:

paper 6 Q23
The man wore a flat hat.
answer on answer sheet: flat hat, my son put them(the man)... :!:

IF THIS IS THE REAL TEST... :arrow: What will be the rightanswer?
what will my son do with it in the future? :?

thanx


LINDA D


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What is pitin?


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As far as I know 'login' and 'pitin' are not words (but it's getting late and I'm tired).

'that' is more likely to be the answer than 'Them' because you are unlikely to begin a sentence with 'Them' and therefore it wouldn't have a capital letter. Or am I reading too much into this? :?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 9:38 pm 
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sorry people, I typed that wrong :oops:
pitin----piton :?
soz

piton n.
a piece of metal used in climbing, that you fix into the rock to hold the rope.

login n.
1.a combination of a user's identification and password used to enter a computer, program or network etc.

2. the process of logging in


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HELLO EVERYONE:
my son took paper 8 (SD)

Q26
The waiter will give you the menu
the answer on the answer sheet is them, my son put thew... :!:
Quote:
'that' is more likely to be the answer than 'Them' because you are unlikely to begin a sentence with 'Them' and therefore it wouldn't have a capital letter. Or am I reading too much into this?


Is that why? :oops:


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Hi Linda

He needs to ignore capital letters in these questions - he should read the question entirely as if it is lower case. As there are only 5 possible answers, and the sentences rarely exceed 6 words, some of them are bound to include the start of the first word.

There may also be capitals elsewhere in the sentence of course:

"In China they eat noodles every day."

Sally-Anne


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 9:03 pm 
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Sally-Anne wrote:
Hi Lindaignore capital letters in these questions


Sorry Sally-Anne, I didn't mean to confuse the issue! :oops:

I was only going on the info Linda had posted and now she has clarified things it all becomes crystal clear! :D

Linda, my daughter found these kind of questions quite difficult at first as she is a very fluent reader and tends to scan rather than read. After a few practice sessions the answers seemed to 'jump out' at her and I'm sure this will be the case for your son.

Good Luck.


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WELL :)
more practice more practice more practice more practice more practice more practice more practice more practice................ :lol:

thanx for helping! :wink:


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