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The foresight that was evident in the court's selection of

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The foresight that was evident in the court's selection of an independent trustee to oversee the provisions of the agreement will probably go unremarked by the press.

a) that was evident in the court's selection of an independent trustee
b) that was evident by the court's selection of an independent trustee
c) evidenced with the court's selection of an independent trustee
d) evidenced of the court's selection of an independent trustee
e) that was evident of the court's selection of an independent trustee

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New post 26 Dec 2008, 23:27
llcooljayce wrote:
The foresight that was evident in the court's selection of an independent trustee to oversee the provisions of the agreement will probably go unremarked by the press.

a) that was evident in the court's selection of an independent trustee
b) that was evident by the court's selection of an independent trustee
c) evidenced with the court's selection of an independent trustee
d) evidenced of the court's selection of an independent trustee
e) that was evident of the court's selection of an independent trustee


1. evidence that/evidence of, A, B, C out
2. E wordy
3. D is the best
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New post 26 Dec 2008, 23:42
I go with E.
evidenced....look awkward.
What is OA?

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New post 27 Dec 2008, 12:22
There are no errors with the original sentence, therefore the OA is A

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New post 28 Dec 2008, 07:33
we need ask ...where the forseight was evident ??
is it ..
1)in court's selection ...Correct .
2)by court's selection ..??
3) with c....??
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