"always": a. variablyIf you go to the park every day in the morning, you will _____ find him doing physical exercise there.
a. variably b. persistently c. ordinarily d. logically
The key is "b". But I don't think there is key to this choice. If it is "a' it should be "invariably ". Is that right?
"always": b. persistently
"climax" as in turning point.They believed that this was not the ____ of their campaign for equality but merely the beginning.
a. climax b. summit
The key is "a". My question is why "b" isn't correct since we can say the summit of achievement.
". . . of another nation, especially a nation (i.e., non-specific one, not specific the one) like the United States, [for example] . . . ." The USA is an example, not the example.Understanding the cultural habits of another nation, especially ______containing as many different subcultures as the United States, is a complex task.
a. one b. the one
The key is "a". My question is: Is "b" possible?
let alone means, not only that but this too, whereas let's say means, for example.For the new country to survive, _______ for its people to enjoy prosperity, new economic policies will be required.
a. let alone b. let's say c. to name a few d. not to speak
The key is "a". What does the sentence mean then? I think 'b' is the key.
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