Hi, in one of the LCCI exams there is the term ‘quela’ in the same column as other wood types such as teak, redwood and oak. Now, what exactly is quela? I’ve googled it without finding anything useful.
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Maybe they mean kwila wood. Sounds like it would be a helpful word in Scrabble.
Kwila is not in the scrabble dictionary.
The strange thing is that the LCCI used a term no native speaker seems to have ever seen. As a matter of fact, the term doesn’t seem to exist at all. This makes you wonder what does LCCI guys were thinking when they created their materials.[YSaerTTEW443543]
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Que la translares as “what the”. I recognize oak, maple, walnut, pecan, etc., but if I saw kwila, I’d be thinking WTF is this…
Those LCCI folks must have had too much whiskey when they wrote this…[YSaerTTEW443543]
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