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lt;First put on your skis, and then you should adjust the

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A) First put on your skis, and then you should adjust the binders.

B) First put on your skis and then adjust the binders.

C) First put on your skis and then your binders should be adjusted.

D) First put on your skis, and then adjust the binders.

E) First you should put on your skis and then adjust the binders.

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amitdgr wrote:
spriya wrote:
<First put on your skis, and then you should adjust the binders.>

A) First put on your skis, and then you should adjust the binders.

B) First put on your skis and then adjust the binders.

C) First put on your skis and then your binders should be adjusted.

D) First put on your skis, and then adjust the binders.

E) First you should put on your skis and then adjust the binders.


Is it D ?

Can anyone tell me whats the funda of comma , ?
Between B and D how to eliminate what?i didnot ind this rule anywhere !!
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I am sure this is not an official problem.

Between B and D, D, to me, "feels" better.
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amitdgr wrote:
I am sure this is not an official problem.

Between B and D, D, to me, "feels" better.

OA is B !!
i think one should look for simplest choice !!
B is the simplest
Explanations are welcomed

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