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One benefit of learning to speak a language while learning

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One benefit of learning to speak a language while learning to read it rather than sepretelyis that the student can more efficiently apply his or her knowledge in social settings.
1.rather than separately
2.rather than independently
3.instead of separately
4.instead of as separate processes
5.rather than in a separate process

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One benefit of learning to speak a language while learning to read it rather than sepretelyis that the student can more efficiently apply his or her knowledge in social settings.
1.rather than separatelyincorrect comparison. learning to speak a language needs to be compared with a process.
2.rather than independentlysame problem as A
3.instead of separatelyrather than needs to be used as we are showing preference. Moreover the same errors from above exist here as well
4.instead of as separate processesneeds 'rather than' to show preference
5.rather than in a separate process
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