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    two sets of sentences; in each set pick one

    1. the state has not religion of its own or the state has no religion of its own
    (A) (B)


    2. corporals moved to the court (A) or corporals moved the court (B)

    in each case, please let me know the correct choice with answer to why did you pick it? what is the distinction?


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    Re: two sets of sentences; in each set pick one

    Quote Originally Posted by kiranlegend View Post
    1. the state has not religion of its own or the state has no religion of its own
    (A) (B)


    2. corporals moved to the court (A) or corporals moved the court (B)

    in each case, please let me know the correct choice with answer to why did you pick it? what is the distinction?
    Which is your choice in each case?

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    Re: two sets of sentences; in each set pick one

    Originally Posted by kiranlegend
    1. the state has not religion of its own or the state has no religion of its own
    (A) (B)


    2. corporals moved to the court (A) or corporals moved the court (B)

    Personally i feel all teh 4 choices are correct.

    what i want to know is the distinction between the words no and not in the first case

    in the second case i would like to know difference in the meaning.


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    Re: two sets of sentences; in each set pick one

    1. The state has no religion of its own.

    In the second sentence the question is what was moved, (the corporals?, the court??). Assuming the corporals moved into the court it would be:

    2. Corporals moved to the court

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