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You will be happy to hear that the company ________ move to the new location until next month.

(A) should

(B) doesn't have to

(C) would have to

(D) didn't need to

________ everyone else is gone, I think we can lock up and go home.

(A) So

(B) Therefore

(C) While

(D) Since

The last time I ________ her was two months ago.

(A) seeing

(B) see

(C) saw

(D) have seen

I lent Peter some money, so he ________ worry about paying the rent.

(A) should

(B) doesn't have to

(C) would have to

(D) must

________ Star Wars four times because it's such a fun movie to watch!

(A) I'd seen

(B) I've seen

(C) I've been seeing

(D) I'm seeing

What's wrong in this sentence?

What do you think about the entrees on

A B C

menu in this restaurant?

D

(A) do

(B) about

(C) the

(D) menu

Could you tell me the new intern's name again?

A

I must try to remember it. I would not do forget it

B C

normally. Can you remember it ?

D

(A) Could you tell me

(B) I must try to remember

(C) would not do forget it

(D) Can you remember it

We need to take some lessons, because my boyfriend doesn't know how to ski and ________ I.

(A) not either do

(B) neither do

(C) so do

(D) either do

I have lived here ________ 1998.

(A) from

(B) since

(C) for

(D) during

I hope taking a course in information

A B

systems next year to improve my skills.

C D

(A) taking

(B) in

(C) systems

(D) next year

Going to Hawaii on vacation sounds

A B C

as a wonderful idea.

D

(A) Going

(B) on

(C) sounds

(D) as
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Hi Expert

Can you please validate below question? with explanation

A: Can't you see that my client is in the clear on your illegitimate charges?
B: The account withdrawals are valid; ________, embezzlement is illicit.

(A) furthermore

(B) additionally

(C) in retrospect

(D) notwithstanding
Your answer is wrong; B's statement embodies a contradiction:

B: The account withdrawals are valid (= 'right'); ______, embezzlement is illicit (= 'wrong').

However, the question text itself seems very wrong; 'illegimate charges' is a poor collocation for 'unsubstantiated' or 'unfounded', and embezzlement by definition is illicit, so the right word is probably 'implicit'.
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If statement B read like this, then what you think would be correct answer?

I still think "Furthermore"

B: The account withdrawals are valid ____, embezzlement is implicit.

(A) furthermore

(B) additionally

(C) in retrospect

(D) notwithstanding
D.
Ok, sounds good.
Thank u
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Hi Expert,

Can you please check my below answer, please give explanation if i am wrong.

Find Mistake:

I

formally

move that any contract amendments stipulating material modification

A



be

put on hold for the present!


B



Conversely

, amortization of capital assets

should

C

D



likewise be suspended temporarily.


(A) formally

(B) be

(C) Conversely

(D) should
Right: C is wrong.

HI Expert


help me in this


In 1960, the Director thought we must

A B

all be retiring by the year 2000.

C D

(C) retiring ( how come retiring.. Could it be must ?)

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We need to take some lessons, because my boyfriend doesn't know how to ski and ________ I.

(A) not either do

(B) neither do

(C) so do

(D) either do

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