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eGMAT for Native Speakers - full of convoluted sentences

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Hi Guys

I've been using eGMAT for Verbal. How the concepts are explained is fine, no issue, but the example sentences in SC for the end-of-section quizzes sound very unusual to my ear, I'm having difficulty grasping their "test questions".
Have other native speakers found the same?
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eGMAT for Native Speakers - full of convoluted sentences   [#permalink] 21 May 2020, 09:32

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