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# Is therefore necessary here??

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10 Dec 2005, 20:41
I think E is the correct answer.
Therefore is logical conjunction here and it is neccessary.
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10 Dec 2005, 21:10
nakib77 wrote:
I think E is the correct answer.
Therefore is logical conjunction here and it is neccessary.

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11 Dec 2005, 08:36
One more vote for E.Therefore is necessary to separate between 2clauses

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11 Dec 2005, 08:42
IWT801 wrote:
Is therefore necessary here???

"therefore" is not a matter of conceren here. the important conceren is how to connect two clauses, IC and DC. to connect ID and DC, we need semicolone. therefore, ABC are out since they are run-on sentences and remain D and E.

between D and E, E is definitly better than D because the idiom "unlikely to", not "unlikely in" is correct. so E wins.....

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13 Dec 2005, 07:46
A, B, and C misuse the listing structure and try to change the meaning of the sentence.

E is correct because of the active voice. Semicolon is also grammatically acceptable because both clauses could stand alone.

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