|By Conker (Conker) on Tuesday, October 05, 2004 - 06:25 am: Edit|
I just took the RS2 writing exam, and I got 5 wrong, which is good enough for me. What I want to know is how the difficulty of this test compares to the real thing.
I also have a few specific queries regarding specific questions on the test:
#24: What makes choice D better than B or E?
#54: Shouldn't it be "first step TO developing"? How does one distinguish between true errors in idiom (like #53) and phrases that are not wrong but just "sound" better?
Thanks for any tips that you might provide.
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