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1.Choose the correct answer:
1. I .....three letters to my close friend this morning.
a) wrote b) have written
2. The scouts made a fire to warm themselves. They were .........freezing.
a) nearly b) absolutely
My answers:
1. b 2. a
Are my answers OK?
2. Find the mistakes in the following sentences:
1. The sky was suddenly gone very dark.
2. He didn't expect to find his uncle. He entered the flat.
My answers:
1. The sky has suddenly gone dark.
2. I think this sentence is meaningless.
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Hi,

In my opinion, this is not a well-written test.Emotion: crying

1.Choose the correct answer:
1. I .....three letters to my close friend this morning.
a) wrote b) have written
Both are OK, with slightly different meanings.

2. The scouts made a fire to warm themselves. They were .........freezing.
a) nearly b) absolutely
Both are OK. I think A is the expected answer.

My answers:
1. b 2. a
Are my answers OK?
2. Find the mistakes in the following sentences:
1. The sky was suddenly gone very dark.
The verb is incorrect.

2. He didn't expect to find his uncle. He entered the flat.
Neither sentence is incorrect.

My answers:
1. The sky has suddenly gone dark.
2. I think this sentence is meaningless.

Clive
Comments  
The answer to number 1 should be a. 'Have written' implies that you might still be writing letters. 'Wrote' implies that you've finished writing all the letters.
As for 'He didn't expect to find his uncle. He entered the flat.'- I don't think there's anything wrong there. What they mean (since it sounds to me like you were confused) is that the 'he' in the setence doesn't (or didn't) think he's going to find his uncle, so he went into the apartment. 'Flat' in English is slang for an apartment or an apartment building http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartment
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