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The fact of some fraternal twins resembling each other greatly and

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New post 17 Mar 2017, 10:14
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Hi all,
It would be a pleasure if anyone could help me with my doubt.
Even though I could reach out the correct choice using POE,I doubt the construction of "namely that..."
IMO,the meaning seems to explain further about interesting and overlook feature.

How does this part correctly refer to the "feature" ?


the phrase after comma is 'appositive phrase' which explains the interesting and overlooked feature. Appositive phrases modifies preceding noun. To determine it is appositive phrase , you have to understand the meaning of the sentence :)


Well,this is interesting.But I don't thing "they vary considerably" is a phrase.
In my two cents,it is more like a clause with "they" as a subject and "vary" as a verb.


vary is not a verb here , it is adjective modifying the pronoun 'they' .
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New post 09 Jan 2018, 16:08
Also if you look at choice B , you find that the use of the contrast word while is correct in this context rather than And. Please correct me if Am wrong. Thanks
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