ESL-EFL Test - 120

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1. The plural of 'shadow'is ________


2. Potato


3. The plural of 'blaze'is ________


4. Ox


5. They ________ fishing.



6. People ________ aerobics.


7. They wrote the debt ________, cancelled it, because it was never going to be paid


8. Goose


9. Box


10. Write the number ________ before you forget it


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Flowers

Narcissus Incomparabilis

This species of Narcissus, though well described and figured by the old Botanists, especially Parkinson, has been overlooked by Linnaeus.It is undoubtedly the incomparable Daffodil of Parkinson, figured in his Garden of Pleasant Flowers, and the incomparabilis of Millers Dict. ed. 6. 4to. the latter informs us, that he received roots of it from Spain and Portugal, which fixes its place of growth.

It is a very hardy bulbous plant, and flowers in April, in its single state it is very ornamental, the petals are usually pale yellow, and the nectary inclined to orange, which towards the brim is more brilliant in some than in others, in its double state, it is well known to Gardeners, by the name of Butter and Egg Narcissus, and of this there are two varieties, both of which produce large shewy flowers, the one with colours similar to what we have above described, which is the most common, the other with petals of a pale sulphur colour, almost white, and the nectary bright orange, this, which is one of the most ornamental of the whole tribe, is named in the Dutch catalogues, the Orange Ph

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