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Children still drive their parents' cars before they have achieved

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12 Jan 2018, 19:29
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Children still drive their parents' cars before they have achieved legal age, though judge's rule that they ought to be hold in contempt of
court
when they overlook such strictures.
1) Children still drive their parents' cars before they have achieved legal age, though judge's rule that they ought to be hold in
contempt of court
2) Children still drive their parents' cars before they have achieved legal age, though it is ruled by judges that they ought to be
held in contempt of court
3) Driving their parents' cars before children have achieved legal age, though held in contempt of court, rule judges
4) Children still drive their parents' cars before they have achieved legal age, though judges rule that they ought to be held in
contempt of court
5) If children still drive their parents' cars before they have achieved legal age, judge's may rule that they ought to be held in
contempt of court

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Re: Children still drive their parents' cars before they have achieved  [#permalink]

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12 Jan 2018, 19:45
A hold is wrong .need held
B it is ambiguous
C who is driving is not clear
D: correct
E: eliminate as may and ought together not possible

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