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Mos adolescents struggle to be free both of parental domination but also from peer pressure.

(A) both of parental domination but also from peer pressure.
(B) both of parental domination and also from peer pressure.
(C) both of parental domination and also of peer pressure.
(D) both of parental domination and of peer pressure as well.
(E) of parental domination and their peer pressure as well.
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Mos adolescents struggle to be free both of parental domination but also from peer pressure.

(A) both of parental domination but also from peer pressure.
(B) both of parental domination and also from peer pressure.
(C) both of parental domination and also of peer pressure.
(D) both of parental domination and of peer pressure as well.
(E) of parental domination and their peer pressure as well.


Go with E for "of x and y as well".

both x and y
both of x and of y
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I say D. I think E lacks a parallel structure. Also, E says "of parential domination and their peer pressure as well." you don't need to use the word "their." It is already understood that we are talking about "most adolescents." you can afford to eliminate the word "their" without changing the meaning of the sentence.

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I say D. I think E lacks a parallel structure. Also, E says "of parential domination and their peer pressure as well." you don't need to use the word "their." It is already understood that we are talking about "most adolescents." you can afford to eliminate the word "their" without changing the meaning of the sentence.

what's the OA?


OA is 'D'
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Beyond700 wrote:
tarek99 wrote:
I say D. I think E lacks a parallel structure. Also, E says "of parential domination and their peer pressure as well." you don't need to use the word "their." It is already understood that we are talking about "most adolescents." you can afford to eliminate the word "their" without changing the meaning of the sentence.

what's the OA?


OA is 'D'



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