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Though without understanding a word of what is being said, savvy communicators can follow a conversation in a foreign language by interpreting tone of voice and body language.

(A) Though without understanding a word of what is being said, savvy communicators
(B) Without understanding a word of what is being said, savvy communicators
(C) Even though the person has not understood a word of what is being said, a savvy communicator
(D) Even when the person has not understood a word that is being said, savvy communicators
(E) In spite of not understanding a word of what is being said, a savvy communicator

Originally posted by baru on 29 Aug 2018, 23:46.
Last edited by Bunuel on 29 Aug 2018, 23:51, edited 1 time in total.
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Though without understanding a word of what is being said, savvy communicators can follow a conversation in a foreign language by interpreting tone of voice and body language.

(A) Though without understanding a word of what is being said, savvy communicators
(B) Without understanding a word of what is being said, savvy communicators
(C) Even though the person has not understood a word of what is being said, a savvy communicator
(D) Even when the person has not understood a word that is being said, savvy communicators
(E) In spite of not understanding a word of what is being said, a savvy communicator-B better


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Without understanding a word of what is being said, savvy communicators savvy communicators can follow a conversation in a foreign language by interpreting tone of voice and body language.

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New post 30 Aug 2018, 19:55
Imo B.

The original sentence is wordy. We do not need to use though. Without shows the contest elegantly. One more tip if we flip the sentence we can get to answer very quickly.
savvy communicators,Without understanding a word of what is being said,

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Solution OA : B

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C and D unnecessarily add ‘the person’. It is unclear to whom ‘the person’ refers.
A incorrectly adds ‘though’. B is shorter and simpler than E. Choice B is the correct
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