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04 Dec 2003, 16:51
MartinMag wrote:
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B is best. much better construct than E...

this seems to be straightforward..martin

thanks
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04 Dec 2003, 17:43
only B and E are promising. correctly modifies the sentence. but E ends quite awkwardly. using 'then on' with since doesn't make sense.

I go with B
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04 Dec 2003, 19:38
praetorian123 wrote:
MartinMag wrote:
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B is best. much better construct than E...

this seems to be straightforward..martin

thanks
praet

I was just wondering about the use of "have" or "has" with this question. Clearly if the subject is "books" then you must use "have", but if the subject is "sector" you must use "has".

I got confused because I thought that "university-peers books" was just the name of the sector.

Sounds dumb now... nevermind me
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05 Dec 2003, 01:39
Please, do not post so small pics. Enlarge them.
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05 Dec 2003, 06:02
stolyar wrote:
Please, do not post so small pics. Enlarge them.

Sorry about that. It's just that the quality of the original image is poor.
05 Dec 2003, 06:02
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