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    Which of the options is correct in the following sentences, if, as, with, or for ?
    My answer is (C) with. Am I right?

    Thieves recently broke into a storehouse in this farming town high in the Andes, knocked the manager over the head and made off with 1,200 kilograms of contraband. Trucks have been surreptitiously crossing the border, laden with an illicit substance bound for China. And ________ the price of their signature crop soaring, once-poor farmers bounce along the unpaved roads in shiny new vehicles.

    (A) if (B) as (C) with (D) for

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    Re: knock over

    Quote Originally Posted by contiluo View Post
    Which of the options is correct in the following sentences, "if", "as", "with", or "for"?
    My answer is (C) "with". Am I right?
    Yes.

    Always surround words you're discussing with quotation marks or set them in italics. Don't put a space before a question mark.
    I am not a teacher.

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