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A. is likely to double
B. are likely to increase by twice
C. are likely to double
D. will double
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Why is D incorrect??


D changes the meaning . It makes the event certain . We should not pick any answer which changes the meaning of the stem.
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chineseburned wrote:
Why is D incorrect??


D changes the meaning . It makes the event certain . We should not pick any answer which changes the meaning of the stem.



But how do you know which is the right meaning? Sometimes the only correct choice gramatically changes the meaning.
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