Daily English Practice Test

Q.  Complete the following sentences with the most appropriate words/phrases with reference to grammar, idioms, proverbs and syntax.

She wanted him to ___________ the lines but he lacked sufficient understanding of the situation.


a. Read up all
b. Read between
c. Read for
d. None of the above


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