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# Schliemann determined at the age of seven to find the site

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22 Jul 2011, 08:25
One meaning of ‘an end’ is ‘a mental goal or purpose’; it is in this idiomatic context that the phrase has been used. But ‘such an end’ is slightly different. It gives a tone of a physical end which is not what is meant in the text. So E is better than C.

A, B and D or wrong because there is no proper single - word referent for those pronouns
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31 Jul 2015, 22:46
rollerduck wrote:
Nike wouldnt have a shot to Crack the GMAT

they should say Just do so

Sorry for my stupid joke

You cannot say that....

"I am too tired to run"
Nike says " Just do it ".
Nike refers to the noun Running which can be replaced by it. Hence Nike has done it well.

Indeed your joke is stupid.
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