(or have forgotten that is what the quiz was asking for, like how you start out answering countries on a quiz, but end up giving capitals and not getting why it doesn't work. Usually though, by the time you write your complaint, you should have figured out the subject of the quiz)
And shouldn't cutlery work for both of the last two?- they're basically the same.
(though I have never heard anyone say it and actually can't remember when or where I have seen it written down, must have atleast once seen it somewhere, the odds are to big to make it up randomly ;) But am fine with not getting it, English is not my language and like I said haven't really come across it ( maybe it is this site I have seen it before?)
e.g. 1: 'All cattle', not 'all herd'; 'herd' implies a limited spatial proximity that cows don't inherently have
e.g. 2: 'The entire citizenry'; while this refers only to citizens of a particular thing (which may be the universe anyway), the term 'citizen' implied that it was of a particular thing, so this is fine.
e.g. 3: 'The entire ancestry'; this lacks information on scope - whose ancestors? But that information is lacking when not provided in the original term 'ancestor' as well: 'The ancestor'. One could alternatively speak of 'my ancestor' or 'my entire ancestry'.
Other than this requirement, try to keep scope small to avoid being vaguer than the quiz intended
Luckily I figured it out at the last second.
The answers don't consistently meet the criteria set out by the quiz description, and in many cases there are several legitimate answers that are not accepted.
Also 'wardrobe' for clothes.
I'm sure this will prompt immature hatefull comments... But I am just proud, that being so ill I still managed to do rather well. (Atleast sómething is well...)
Also I put ornamentation but my swipe keyboard didn't recognise it :( (oh of course it does now, typical haha)
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