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Hi, I applied on 1st Oct. Received the interview invite almost two days back. Regards, DD hi, just to confirm - you are an Indian applicant applying FROM India? (because you have listed your location as 'San Jose'...) Hi r321, I am sorry for the confusion. I didn't understand you earlier. Yes, I am...
Applied in the first round. Got an interview invite two days back.
Hope for the best.
P.S. I am sorry if this is not the right place for sharing such news. Please direct me to the right link.
Replying as I was PMed. Just to make it sound simpler first, let's put the sentence in layman terms.. Oil Barge = Ship that carries oil Ran Aground = got stranded on ground.. or beach.. ok now the sentence dissects into.. A ship got stranded off the coast ---- (a) Its cargo leaked into the ocean ---...
Replying as I was PMed. Well here, concern = the bank's loans will help foreign producers compete with American businesses. To join these two we need to use conjunction "that". Also, what "that" is modifying needs to precede it. So this leaves us with only A, C and E. We can strike out A because you...
E is wrong because of the following: that of 1977's it should be either "that of 1977" or "1977's" dumb.doofus and others are requested to comment on it. I was PMed to reply to this thread. Essentially what option E introduces is wordiness and possessive apostrophe (1977's). We use possessive apost...
Hello all, thanks for the good wishes.. Please take care of one thing. GMAC has reduced the break time to 8 mins from 10 mins. I would suggest that all of you while taking mock tests practice with 8 mins break only. I didn't know about this and came to know only at the test center. Good luck to ever...
Hello ppl, Just gave my GMAT.. and scored a decent 720 (49Q, 40V).. 20 - 30 points less than what I expected.. but then that's what I deserved and so this is the end of story. It was an amazing journey in the last few months.. I was very active in the group in may and june..although I joined BTG in ...
I am reading this rule for the first time... you might want to read this: http://www.elc.polyu.edu.hk/CILL/exerci ... ecause.htm
So I am not sure if this is a correct rule..
Idiom is "likely + infinitive".. Hence C (likely to)
- by dumb.doofus
Mon Jul 20, 2009 12:16 am
- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: is it four times MORE likely or four times AS likely?
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Hi Stacy,Stacey Koprince wrote:Received a PM asking me to respond. I don't see a source posted for the question. Can you please post the source? I'm not allowed to respond until / unless the source has been properly cited. Thanks!
This is from the 1000 RCs Doc file.