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# War Heroes

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30 Jan 2005, 15:35
Contrary to popular myth, war heroes rarely earn their status by acting as if they themselves are invincible.

(A) if they themselves are invincible
(B) though they are invincible
(C) being invincible
(D) invincible
(E) if they were invincible

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30 Jan 2005, 16:05
(E)?

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30 Jan 2005, 17:17
OA is (E). HongHu... why did you choose the one with "were" when the sentence is in present "earn". Thanks

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30 Jan 2005, 19:42
Is there an OE to this question? Thanks

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30 Jan 2005, 20:01
Folaa3..I am not sure what you mean by OE?? I found this practice question somewhere online with just the answer and no explanation.

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30 Jan 2005, 20:42
It's like this one:

He moves so fast as if he were a tiger plunging toward his prey.

(He isn't really a tiger.)

I forgot what this is called grammartically. Maybe Paul could give you a good explanation.

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30 Jan 2005, 20:49
"E".....for subjunctive mood.

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30 Jan 2005, 21:09
Thanks guys.

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30 Jan 2005, 21:39
E for subjunctive

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