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I never fail to get frustrated on the golf course:

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I never fail to get frustrated on the golf course: nonetheless, I always resolve to continue my involving in the game.

A. on the golf course: nonetheless, I always resolve to continue my involving in the game.

B. on the golf course: nonetheless I always resolve to continue my involvement in the game.

C. on the golf course; nonetheless, I always resolve to continue my involvement in the game.

D. on the golf course; nonetheless I always resolve to continue my involvement in the game.

E. on the golf course but I always still manage to find a way to resolve my self to continue my pursuit of the involvement of the game.
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 [#permalink] New post 15 Mar 2004, 14:18
It is C.

nonetheless should generally be followed by a comma and "involvement" is the right choice in the given context.
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2004, 13:07
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C. The semicolon should be used instead of the colon in this sentence. This means we can eliminate answer choices A and B. A comma is needed after the word "nonetheless", so we can also eliminate answer choice D. Answer choice E can be eliminated because it is too wordy and incorrectly uses "my self" instead of "myself".
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