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Sorry to ask this again, could anyone clarify this ?
How can this be a parallelism.
Difficult to locate, reticent, and suspicious of strangers
some are adjectives and some of them are with nouns ?
Hi, Would anyone suggest me why There is a comma required after breeding function of with in the sentence what is the main clause and what happens if we consider and as to introduce manin clause using it as a subject in the listed below question. the end of the eighteenth century saw the emergence o...
Thanks for your reply. Could you clarify me: How are we sure that, THOSE in choice B refer to US unions in US or Japanese unions in side US ? Our intention is to compare US unions and Jap' unions but at the same time B can give an interpretation like comparing Jap' unions inside US and Jap' unions.
Could anyone help me on this: Unlike the United States, Japanese unions appear reluctant to organize lower-paid workers. (A) Unlike the United States, Japanese unions appear reluctant to organize (B) Unlike those in the United States, Japanese unions appear reluctant to organize (C) In Japan, unlike...
My doubt is,
You would have studied implies he hasn't studied to get so and so..
They would in the past have conceded to rivals means the company havent lost its sales in the past.
Could you clearly explain the meaning of this sentence and why suddenly a clasue pitches in.
Could anyone kindly explain: As its sales of computer products have surpassed those of measuring instruments, the company has become increasingly willing to compete for the mass market sales they would in the past have conceded to rivals. (A) they would in the past have conceded to rivals (B) they w...