Hope that helped.Dear teachers,
I have two questions to ask:
Hey, there are three here! :)
He has in him the abilty to succeed.
Does it mean he has all the qualities of success? Yes, as changed. The original isn't grammatical.
______________he gets an operation, the boy may lose his eharing froever.
a. unless b. Even though
The key is 'a'. But I think 'b' is also possible when the doctor is not sure of the result of the operation.
Your logic is okay, but the grammar in that case doesn't work. Even though he had the operation.., or Even though will have have the operation... could be used to indicate the uncertainty of the result.
Profucts tend to sell well that are packed in ______ catch the consumer's eye.
a. such ways as to b. such way as
c. a way that
The key is 'a'. Is this a collocation? I mean there aren't collocations such as "such way as" and "a way that". Is that right?
More common would be "a way that catches." Given that you have to keep the form of the verb "catch" afterwards, you need the one with the "to."
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.