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# During her lecture the speaker used map to clarify

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During her lecture the speaker used map to clarify directional terms, for not everyone in attendance was knowledgeable that winds are designated by the direction from which they come.
(A) for not everyone in attendance was knowledgeable
(B) for everyone in attendance did not know
(C) with everyone in attendance not knowing
(D) with everyone attending not knowledgeable
(E) for not everyone attending knew

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11 Jul 2004, 08:54
30 sec. E it is
A) "everyone being knowledgeable" is much more wordy than "everyone knew"
B) "everyone did not know" changes the meaning of the sentence. It is more like "not everyone knew..."
C and D are out. What is "with" doing here!?
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11 Jul 2004, 09:19
Paul wrote:
30 sec. E it is
A) "everyone being knowledgeable" is much more wordy than "everyone knew"
B) "everyone did not know" changes the meaning of the sentence. It is more like "not everyone knew..."
C and D are out. What is "with" doing here!?

with introduces absolute construction, which one can easily confuse with appositive. answer is E

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12 Jul 2004, 06:31
E for me...

also the difference here between ''with'' and starting the underlined part with '' for not'' is that ...the use of ''with'' changes the meaning stating that ''everyone does noy know the direction terms'
whereas ''for not'' means to say that a few do not have any IDEA about the directional terms...

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# During her lecture the speaker used map to clarify

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