Does your SC answer convey everything that the author intended?
Continuing our “Best Practices for SC
” series, we present yet another very vital best practice – always make sure that the correct choice communicates “all”
logical information presented by the author in the original choice.Article link:
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- Do you follow this supposed “rule” regarding pronouns - pronouns cannot refer to nouns in prepositional phrase? If yes, then read this
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