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# To speak habitually of the "truly needy" is gradually

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To speak habitually of the "truly needy" is gradually instilling the notion that many of those who are just called "needy" actually have adequate resources; such a conclusion is unwarranted.

(A) To speak habitually of the "truly needy" is gradually instilling the notion
(B) To speak habitually of the "truly needy" is instilling the notion gradually
(C) To speak habitually of the "truly needy" is gradually to instill the notion
(D) Speaking habitually of the "truly needy" is to instill the gradual notion
(E) Speaking habitually of the "truly needy" is instilling the gradual notion
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22 Nov 2003, 21:48
vote for E.
don't like C.
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23 Nov 2003, 04:45
hnguyen wrote:
vote for E.
don't like C.

why u dislike C??
I think C is correct..

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23 Nov 2003, 09:04
My vote for E. C seems to be ... well I don't know what to call it .... not confortable .. shouldn't it be more like " .. to gradually instill ..."

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23 Nov 2003, 09:22
pitts20042006 wrote:
My vote for E. C seems to be ... well I don't know what to call it .... not confortable .. shouldn't it be more like " .. to gradually instill ..."

what's that? does it make sense?

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23 Nov 2003, 12:15
To speak and instilling----not parallel....so A and B are out.

Gradual notion is awkward...so C and D are out.
this leaves us with C which is the correct answer (though it sounds awkward)

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21 Jul 2004, 22:03
Guys I need some help here.

OA is indeed C.

However, I would have been more satisfied if C read,
"To speak habitually of the â€œtruly needyâ€
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22 Jul 2004, 00:07
[quote="ashkg"]
...However, I would have been more satisfied if C read,
"To speak habitually of the â€œtruly needyâ€
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