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while i am reading a news from bbc today i notice title and introduction of the news are different as meaning (At least for me ).
in the title it is written;
" US 'set to remove' Iran group MEK's from terror list "
in here, i did understand the meaning of the underlined. But this time, when looked at the introduction, it is;
" The US is set to remove dissident Iranian group Mujahideen-e Khalq from its terror blacklist, officials say. "
As you saw, in this sentence it is a passive. I didn't comprehend truly.
it would be if the us and " dissident Iranian group Mujahideen-e Khalq " were replaced, wouldn't it?
So: " The dissident Iranian group Mujahideen-e Khalq is set to remove "
please illuminate me
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by mutena24; 23-Sep-2012 at 07:56.
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