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New post 07 Aug 2004, 21:25
C it is. When talking in the past and speaking about futurity, "would" is proper form to use. I already explained this in an earlier post.
B and E are out
A and D have wrong idiom. "not only X but also Y" is correct form
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A and D are removed due to the wrong usage of 'not only'.... 'but also'

E and B are removed because of the wrong usage or wrong positioning of 'also'

Left out is C

My choice is C as well..
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Krish,


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because of the wrong usage or wrong positioning of 'also'


Can u explain me what is the correct usage & positioning for using the
word 'also'.

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New post 09 Aug 2004, 18:25
The OA is C, I posted this question because I was not very comfortable with the absence of "that" after believe in C.
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