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Exercise 2 - Examples
Extract can also mean a small part of text that someone took out of a book or journal.

For example:

A book reviewer may include an extract from the book that he is reviewing, so that people can get an idea of what is in the book.
Which of the answers below are closest to this meaning of extract?
Click on the 3 correct answers.

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