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Short Videos by Experts' Global - GMAT Shots | Verbal

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Dear All,

"GMAT Shots" are what we call our short GMAT videos (average duration: ~2 minutes) that one can use anywhere, to revise important concepts.

In this thread, find our GMAT Shots for the verbal section, consolidated.

To have complete access to hundreds of such videos, you can subscribe to our YouTube Channel

Hope this helps.

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Originally posted by ExpertsGlobal5 on 06 May 2018, 21:22.
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Dear All,

Please see the concept of "Like" Versus "As" explained in the following short video:



Hope this helps.

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Dear All,

Please see the concept of "Comparative" Versus "Superlative" Form explained in the following short video:



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Dear All,

Please see the concept of "Phrase Comma Subject" and "Subject Comma Phrase" on GMAT explained in the following short video:



Hope this helps.

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Dear All,

Please see the concept of Extra Information Between two Commas explained in the following short video:



Hope this helps.

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Dear All,

Please watch the concept of Which, Who, Whose, Where on GMAT explained in the following short video:



Hope this helps.

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Dear Everyone,

Please see the concept of "Which" Versus "That" explained in the following short video:



Hope this helps.

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Dear All,

Please see the concept of A Rare Case when "That" is Preceded by "Comma" explained in the following short video:



Hope this helps.

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Dear All,

Please see the concept of "And" Versus Other Conjunctions explained in the following short video:



Hope this helps.

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Dear All,

Please see the concept of Collective, Countables, Uncountable Nouns explained in the following short video:



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Dear All,

Please see the concept of Indefinite Pronouns are Singular explained in the following short video:



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Dear All,

Please see the concept of Many, Any, None, All, Some on GMAT explained in the following short video:



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Dear All,

Please see the concept of "Either-Or" and "Neither-Nor" explained in the following short video:



Hope this helps.

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Please see the concept of An Exception in the Usage of "Each" explained in the following short video:



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Dear All,

Please see the concept of Avoiding Pronoun Ambiguity explained in the following short video:



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Please see the concept of Exceptions to Pronoun Ambiguity explained in the following short video:



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Please see the concept of "Who" Versus "Whom" explained in the following short video:



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Please see the concept of "Possessive Pronoun" can be used with "Possessive Noun" explained in the following short video:



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Fusion, the process through which the sun produces heat and light, has been studied by scientists, some of whom have attempted to mimic the process in their laboratories by blasting a container of liquid solvent with strong ultrasonic vibrations.

(A) Fusion, the process through which the sun produces heat and light, has been studied by scientists,
(B) Fusion, the heat and light produced by the sun, has been studied by scientists,
(C) Fusion, the process through which heat and light are produced by the sun, has been studied by scientists,
(D) Scientists have studied fusion, the process the sun uses to produce heat and light,
(E) Scientists have studied fusion, the process the sun uses to produce heat and light, and

As per the explanation given in video,
from above question if we see the statement between the 2 commas i.e the process through which the sun produces heat and light, has been studied by scientists
this info. should be non essential.then how come Option "A" can be the correct answer for.
because if we remove infomation between commas, then " fusion some of whom...." does not make any sense.

I am bit confused about it, can some one please explain me this.

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Fusion, the process through which the sun produces heat and light, has been studied by scientists, some of whom have attempted to mimic the process in their laboratories by blasting a container of liquid solvent with strong ultrasonic vibrations.

(A) Fusion, the process through which the sun produces heat and light, has been studied by scientists,
(B) Fusion, the heat and light produced by the sun, has been studied by scientists,
(C) Fusion, the process through which heat and light are produced by the sun, has been studied by scientists,
(D) Scientists have studied fusion, the process the sun uses to produce heat and light,
(E) Scientists have studied fusion, the process the sun uses to produce heat and light, and

As per the explanation given in video,
from above question if we see the statement between the 2 commas i.e the process through which the sun produces heat and light, has been studied by scientists
this info. should be non essential.then how come Option "A" can be the correct answer for.
because if we remove infomation between commas, then " fusion some of whom...." does not make any sense.

I am bit confused about it, can some one please explain me this.
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