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IT IS A THAT' S CONFIRM LETS ASK MASTER ADMIN

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master admin please please tell us how it is c

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IT'S A. ONE MORE WRONG QUESTIONI HOPE THIS DOESN'T COME IN THIS YEAR PAPER

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Class : Class 8
it's A

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Its a . I really hate some ques of English Olympiad previous year papers

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Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The answer cannot be A. This is completely WRONG!!!!!!!!

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Yes, it is the option 'A'. How can it be option 'c' as it is written "will" before all the options?

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Shouldn't the answer be play?

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I was initially confused with plays but play made more sense.. However the answer given is wrong grammatically. The answer must be verified by SOF and changed if wrong. (which it is)

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Class : Class 8
yes it should

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the answer should be play

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The answer IS play.

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 8

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"Right up my street is" an idiom. It means something that's exactly what you want to or like to do. I

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I haven't understood this could someone plzz explain

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i did not understand your answer

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Class : Class 7
Isn’t it “up my alley”

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Class : Class 7
Isn't the idiom supposed to be 'Right Up My Alley'?

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why is the ans 'street' why can't it be none of these as 'right up my alley' is the correct idiom?

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A is the answer as B doesn't make any sense

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the correct answer should be D, because the correct answer will be "When could we do this work?". The correct answer statement for option A will be "Yes, we could do this work next month."

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