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12 Sep 2016, 07:17
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I have a conceptual confusion..
Most of you may think it is a silly doubt but I just want to be sure about this one..

Wordy: IT IS without fear THAT children should play.
Better: Children should play without fear.

Both statements are grammatically correct...The only difference is that the Second one is more concise.

Couldn't a more concise statement
Children should play fearlessly.
Yes, Fearlessly is an adverb .
BUT it is making the sentence more concise.
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15 Aug 2017, 06:33
While global temperatures have risen sharply over the last century, they have only recently eclipsed the Medieval period, during which scientists theorize that a series of volcanic eruptions sent the earth into a period of historic warmth.

a)they have only recently eclipsed the Medieval period, during which scientists theorize that a
b)they have only recently eclipsed those of the Medieval period, during which scientists theorize that a
c)it has only recently eclipsed the Medieval period, during which, scientists theorize, a
d)it has only recently eclipsed that of the Medieval period, during which scientists theorize a
e)they have only recently eclipsed those of the Medieval period, during which, scientists theorize, a

Re: SC problem   [#permalink] 15 Aug 2017, 06:33
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