People who take care of tame bees are called bee keepers...

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #136 [color=blue]“Vocabulary Practice: Bees (1)”, question 10

Peoplewho take care oftame beesare called bee . These people create hives for the bees and then collect the honey they produce.

(a) ranchers
(b) campers
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(d) keepers

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #136 [color=blue]“Vocabulary Practice: Bees (1)”, answer 10

Peoplewho take care oftame beesare called bee keepers. These people create hives for the bees and then collect the honey they produce.

Correct answer: (d) keepers

Your answer was: [color=green]correct
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I didn’t get the 10 th question.Kindly let me know the meaning of the question.Particulary meaning of the word “oftame”

pradeep

There are typos in the question. This test has been corrected on the database for a while (there are other typos in the test too) but it seems that the database refresh has not yet taken place so learners are still seeing the uncorrected version.
The sentence above should read:
People who take care of tame bees are called bee … . These people create hives for the bees and then collect the honey they produce.

Probably this question is for testing perceptivity of students. - lol -.
also I couldn’t find word "oftame " in dictionary. Who knows if is better online dictionary than
thefreedictionary.com/
please links.

No wonder you couldn’t, this word doesn’t exist.
The test sentence lacks three spaces:

People who take care of tame bees are called bee keepers.

By the way, it may interest you to know that bee keepers are also called apiarists.

I didn’t know this word "apiarist " ,many thanks “Our Tort System”
beekeeper = beemaster = apiarist.
You’re right - the test sentence lacks 3 spaces.