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Hi all! IMO E It is correct type 1 conditional future/imperative/can/may/might/must/ should /could + present bare infinitive, if + present simple/present cont./ present perfect /present perfect cont. Source: Grammar 4, Enterprise student's book hope it helps! Best, Maciek pls, tell me the full name...
when dose the elipsis is considered not ambiguous?
if we do ellipsis, we may create the ambiguity.
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I am confused of use of "were", "was"
I think that
if the condition is unreal, "were" is used
if I were you, I would learn gmat
if the condition is possible, "was" is used
if the door was open, I would come in
is my thinking correct? pls help
what is the difference among
He seems to have learned gmat
He seemed to learn gmat
He seemed to have learned gmat
it is a fact that we have to face 2 of 3 cases above and we have to understand the meaning difference among them.
I took real gmat last time. I met the fisrt sc question which contains 3 private names. These private names make me unable to understand the intended meaning and so fail in this question. gmat played a tricky game here by including private names. if I meet this kind of question, which contains the p...
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gmat dose not test formal logic and , so, pls re-explain the question , not using formal logic. Honestly, I do not know of sufficient and neccessary.
- by tanviet
Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:17 am
- Forum: Critical Reasoning
- Topic: There is relatively little room for growth in the overall ca
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dear Tommy, naturally, we can prethink the assumption I mention in previous posting and we can not prethink the assumption you mention in your posting. the natural assumption will be, if the old customers are called, they will come. your assumption that old customer will encourage new customer to vi...
Hey All, Great discussion here already, but in terms of overall process, I always want to make sure people are making an effort to spot the assumption in the argument, even before looking at the answers. Conclusion: Sales will go up Proof: Some of the best customers will attend The assumption here ...
Thank all of you for the posting. I alway study og, gmatprep for sc and cr. the only I do outside the og sourse is rc. I read a lot newspapers and do many rc passage on the gmatclub and beatthegmat. Regarding sc problem. Now, if I open beatthegmat or gmatclub, take a sc problem, even a problem from ...
I took the test yesterday and feel sc on the test very hard. I met 2 first sc problems which are very hard. both the first sc contain many private names which makes me unable to understand the intended meaning. I search on thin forum and gmatclub forum( in the tab "700 leve question"), but did not f...
Q: A huge flying reptile that died out with the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago, the Quetzalcoatlus had a wingspan of 36 feet, believed to be the largest flying creature the world has ever seen. (A) believed to be (B) and that is believed to be (C) and it is believed to have been (D) which was,...
absolute phrase may or may not refer to a specific noun in the main clause. apart from adverbial relation with the main clause, every words in the absolute phrase has not grammartical relation with the main clause. by contrast, prepotional phrase must refer to a specific noun in the main clause and ...