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# From Kaplan: One of the informants eventually professed

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21 Dec 2003, 05:47
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From Kaplan:

One of the informants eventually professed ignorant of the crime,
having
fear that his testimony would lead to reprisals against him by
his former confederates.

(A) ignorant of the crime, having
(B) ignorantly to the crime, with
(C) ignorance of the crime, since
(D) ignorance of the crime, for
(E) to have ignorance of the crime, since

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21 Dec 2003, 07:36
D

A ignorant can't come here
B ignorantly and with are incorrect
C & E since is incorrect, it makes the sentence look incomplete
D best among the choices

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21 Dec 2003, 07:50
B

"professed" ignorantly "to the crime" (ignorantly is used as an adjective)

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21 Dec 2003, 12:40
agree with asandeep's explanation, but D seems good..

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21 Dec 2003, 12:42
I think D is the answer.

Doesn't B mean professing to the crime ?

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26 Sep 2010, 07:41
A) wrong sentence construction

B) ignorantly is wrong

C) ignorance of the crime, since
since fear .. does not make sense

D)ignorance of the crime, for
for is the correct conjunction

E)to have ignorance of the crime, since
since wrong
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26 Sep 2010, 08:49

Can someone tell me whether it is the idiom which makes D an answer or we are using for as conjunction meaning because ?

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