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Out of all options I find A to be closest to correct
The agile and athletic Agassi also refers to only one proper noun i.e Agassi
I share Harsha's concern about "who IS..." changing the tense
Experts please explain...
(A) a building owned by an individual or individuals having less than eight units and no commercial space [this option seems to suggest that individuals posses commercial space. is that ever possible? buildings can possess commercial space and not individuals. Eliminated!] (B) one that an individua...
I chose E too, but the official answer is B, which I'm not convinced about! The following is the official explanation for the answer: "The lengthy intervening phrase characterized by cartilage and bone....the immune system masks the subject/verb problem. The singular subject autoimmune disease does...
My answer is C
Why not D?
increasing amount of fines = increasing fines
increasing the number of fines means increasing the number of things that one can be fined for
D changes meaning
Break the sentence into 3 parts:
Phillip Wheatley's "blending"
"of A, B, C and D"
- by VikingWarrior
Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:37 am
- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: In her later poems, Phyllis Wheatley's blending of solar ima
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I would also go with B just because it sounds more idiomatic than D...but that is intuitive...what's the technical reason for D being incorrect?
My answer is B
idiom- only about; as many as...rule out C & D
tense- received/did vs had (received) :: simple past vs past perfect
past perfect required here as we are comparing 2 events that occurred in the past
My answer is A
B is incorrect because of subject verb disagreement.
trenches being the subject one must use plural verb "have" as in A, rather than "yields", as in B