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53. The party, __I was the guest of honour, was extremely enjoyable.
A by which B for which C to which D at which
64 It was __ we had hoped
A more a success than B a success more than
C as much of a success as D a success as much as
Last edited by *^^*; 03-Oct-2010 at 05:11.
It is a forum policy that you attempt to answer these types of questions yourself first, instead of asking others for answers.
Ken gave you correct answers.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
Those are from Test For English Majors
the answers in my book r ( But I dont believe my stupid book ) =)
1. to which. I think that 'at which' is the best answer.
2. as much of a success. the book says 'of+N.' = adj. have u heard of this structure?
this sentence can also be rewrited like" It was as much successful as we had hoped."
Last edited by *^^*; 03-Oct-2010 at 10:18.