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# Despite their lucky escape, Jason and his brother could not hardly enj

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05 Aug 2019, 21:24
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Despite their lucky escape, Jason and his brother could not hardly enjoy themselves.

A. Jason and his brother could not hardly enjoy themselves.
B. Jason and his brother could not enjoy themselves.
C. Jason and Jason’s brother could not hardly enjoy themselves.
D. Jason and his brother could not enjoy them.
E. Jason and his brother could hardly enjoy them.

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06 Aug 2019, 07:18
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IMO B

A. Jason and his brother could not hardly enjoy themselves.
not and hardly both are redundant

B. Jason and his brother could not enjoy themselves.
correct

C. Jason and Jason’s brother could not hardly enjoy themselves.
same as A

D. Jason and his brother could not enjoy them.
them is wrong, proper way is saying 'themselves'

E. Jason and his brother could hardly enjoy them.
same as A
Re: Despite their lucky escape, Jason and his brother could not hardly enj   [#permalink] 06 Aug 2019, 07:18