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# Most adolescents struggle to be free both of parental

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Most adolescents struggle to be free both
of parental domination but also from peer
pressure.

(A) both of parental domination but also
from peer pressure.
(B) both of parental domination and also
from peer pressure.
(C) both of parental domination and also
of peer pressure.
(D) both of parental domination and of
peer pressure as well.
(E) of parental domination and their peer
pressure as well.
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15 Mar 2008, 04:11
I chose D, using both...and, eliminate unnecessary 'also'

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15 Mar 2008, 08:45
AlbertNTN wrote:
I chose D, using both...and, eliminate unnecessary 'also'

In D, either 'both' or 'as well' is redundant.

E for me.
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