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||Simple sentence: microscope
can reveal detail
We need to make a comparison using more... than...
||Simple sentence: bulbs
should be planted
We need a main verb here. We should use active voice
because we have no object here.
||Simple sentence: industrialization
has been responsible
We should use the when we have a superlative functioning as a
||Simple sentence: slope
and topography do not permit rainfall to run off
We need a main verb here.
||Simple sentence: color
and light influence impact
This is a word order question. In this
sentence, very modifies powerfully. Together, the adverb
phrase very powerfully modifies the verb influence.
||Simple sentence: it
B: We have a reduced adjective clause here.
C: We should say that is
a rare condition
||Simple sentence: blindness
Nothing is missing from this sentence, so we should add
something optional and complete. In this case, we are adding a reduced
||Simple sentence: experts
believe [that wheel was invented and diffused]
We need a subordinating
conjunction here since we have two sentences.
||Simple sentence: life
We need a main complement here. We cannot use the abundance
here because the meaning is illogical.
S: What does abundant mean?
T: plentiful. In other words we use this this word to say that
we have a lot of something.
||Simple sentence: Isadora
Duncan was [what we would call woman]
C: We have a noun clause
functioning as a main complement.
||Simple sentence: the
smallest creates currents
Nothing is missing from this sentence.
Therefore, we should add something optional and complete. (B) is a great
choice because it is a complete adverb clause.
||Simple sentence: music
D: The easiest way to see that this is wrong is to look
at features and gives--they do not agree.
||Simple sentence: most
is based on studies
We need a subordinate object here. In this case, we are using what
in a noun clause.
A: We would have a double verb here.
C: which usually functions as a determiner in a noun clause.
D: We would have a double verb here.
||Simple sentence: novels
First of all, we need a determiner for the singular count noun tendency.
We have a reduced adjective clause here.
C: We would have an extra verb here.
||Simple sentence: one
We should see that we need a main verb. We should
therefore choose (A) or (C). If we choose (C), we would have no main