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05 Sep 2008, 04:42
For most consumers, the price of automobile insurance continues to rise annually, even if free of damage claims and moving violations.

A. even if

B. despite being

C. even if they are

D. although they may be

E. even if remaining

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05 Sep 2008, 05:03
Nihit wrote:
For most consumers, the price of automobile insurance continues to rise annually, even if free of damage claims and moving violations.

A. even if - incomplete
B. despite being

C. even if they are - best choice

D. although they may be - hold on

E. even if remaining
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05 Sep 2008, 10:06
Nihit wrote:
For most consumers, the price of automobile insurance continues to rise annually, even if free of damage claims and moving violations.

A. even if No reference to consumers

B. despite being

C. even if they are

D. although they may be introduces uncertainty that's not in the original sentence

E. even if remaining No reference to consumers

C remains.
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05 Sep 2008, 23:44
Nihit wrote:
For most consumers, the price of automobile insurance continues to rise annually, even if free of damage claims and moving violations.

A. even if

B. despite being

C. even if they are

D. although they may be

E. even if remaining

IMO C)

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