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# Like a number of other articles, Ian Raghnalls article

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16 Oct 2009, 13:18
I vote for [B].
[E] comes across as too strong a statement since it concludes that couples cannot accurately describe their own problem, whereas the question suggests that this might "often" be true but not necessarily always true.
[B] tones it down a bit by offering an alternate explanation for "some" couples - i.e. some couples express frustrations in marital terms.

I believe the OA is [B] (saw it on another forum) but I will let the OP post the OA

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16 Oct 2009, 16:00
"E" for me

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16 Oct 2009, 17:20
Option B....

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16 Oct 2009, 22:31
Option B for me.
Option E sounds a bit exaggerated.

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Re: divorce   [#permalink] 16 Oct 2009, 22:31

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