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Please explain the meaning of the sentence:

"It's often better to play safe in exams than to give an orginal exam."

Thanks.
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Hi,

"It's often better to play safe in exams than to give an orginal exam." It's better to say It's often better to play safe in exams than to give original answers or It's often better to play safe in exams than to be original.

It means that it's often better to give the answers that the teacher knows and expects, and has probably taught to you. You may get lower marks if you try to write answers that are more original.

Best wishes, Clive
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Thanks Clive for your kind help.