The correct answer is B. D does not work. It is a noun. You need a word that describes "letter". That is the participle "indicating".
"Indication" and "indicating" do not have the same meaning.
Student or Learner
If you unable to retrieve the truck yourself, you may send a representative who must present a valid identification and a letter _____ that you permit him or her to claim the vehicle on your behalf.
A indicates B indicating C indicated D indication
ans is (C),why not do (D)
1.From context ,"a valid identification and a letter indication" should be good choice due to coordinating conjunction.
2.Indication and indicating are the same meaning.
Thank for help
Last edited by kiann; 09-Oct-2014 at 13:15. Reason: The ans is (B), i got wrong answer
Whether i can see as "...a valid identification and a letter indicating=(which indicate) that....".
I take it to mean 'Can I see "a valid identification and a letter indicating that" as "a valid identification and a letter which indicates that"?'
Not a teacher.
The representative needs a letter indicating that you permit him ..." Yes, indicating means "which indicates".