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The story is about how loyalty to a friend can
create a moral crisis, but where it challenges
(A) crisis, but where it challenges conventional
(B) crisis, whereas conventional values are
(C) crisis in which conventional values are
(D) crisis, and the reason is that their chal-lenge of conventional values
(E) crisis because in it there are challenged
Hello; In this exercise, letter c is correct only because ''in which...'' has an explaining role? In general, using no comma between dependent clauses is not correct, right?
Last edited by GuilhermeRM; 26-Sep-2012 at 16:36.
"...a moral crisis. A crisis in which conventional values are challenged."
Originally Posted by GuilhermeRM
A better title would have been Crisis.
Extract from the Posting Guidelines:
'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'
But the correct answer is appointed to be: ''The story is about how loyalty to a friend can
create a moral crisis in which conventional values are
challenged ''. To put a comma after ''crisis'' will change the meaning, not turn it wrong, right? In general, we must use commas to separate dependent clauses; However, in such case, inserting a comma would change the meaning. Am I correct? Thank you.
Last edited by GuilhermeRM; 28-Sep-2012 at 15:43.
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