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Count me in for C. The argument is based on the fact that state X invests more money during summer than winter hence, roads are safe during summer than winter. Since it is a causal argument, we need to find a statement that breaks this causal relationship. C mentions that roads are safe year round.....
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X and Y Not only something but also something
X and Y imply compund subject -> plural
hence, saves (singular is out).
Down to D and E
D is concise,help is singular and save and help are parallel. hence D
Hope this helps.
in C: what does it try to convey from "both more common and less common"? IMO C. What C expresses is that the cooperation among states is more or less the same as it was in the past. The first line of the argument talks about this. "small resurgence". Other choices are way too broad or specific. I ...
Dude, I had already posted all answers. Next time, will surely use spoilers.pradeepkaushal9518 wrote:ashish use spoilers and these are knewton assessment questions i score 70%
What can cause an increase in rentals for furnitures for childern when there are few in florida?
If we have influx of children from outside florida(read grandchildren) then we can exlain the reason of the increase in sales.
Hope this helps.
small or smaller is incorrect to show varying level of size, instead usage of at least as small as is correct.
Which is supposed to modify quarks, but it modifies electron in A and D, hence out.
desiplaying correctly modifies quarks and hence, E fits properly.
never before does not sound correct. It should be ever before to emphasize something that has not yet been accomplished.
C maintain parallelism.
I would narrow down to (A), (B) and choose (B) actually! Can you guys please shed some light on the comparison issue of like vs just as. Thanks all, B is wrong because poses of yoga is compared to pump. Like is used to compare noun/ noun phrases, whereas just as to compare clauses. But this isnt th...
After reading posts from Maciek and BastiG, I am now confused I the OA is correct. I was caught between C and D and prefered C over D, because I was not certain of usage of 'which' in D.
Can someone shed more light on this?
- by ashish2104
Fri Sep 03, 2010 8:52 pm
- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: Based on records from ancient Athens, each year young Atheni
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