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I answered a book because the sentence has the word "shelf " and "resumed" . Among the choices, the book is best suited on the given description.

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Prepositions are less noticeable and quite tricky part of speech. The relative shortness of the words (most are six letters or under) and their frequently lost part in the general plan of things (for what reason should prepositions be less vital than nouns, adjectives or verbs?) imply that we should treat them deliberately and maybe devote more time to studying them.

In a rundown of English prepositions you will discover extremely common words, for example, 'in', 'up', 'behind', 'from', on next to, and 'with'. Prepositions hold a special position as parts of speech in that they are a 'shut class'. At the end of the day, they are a select gathering of words that don't acknowledge new individuals to their club. This is in contrast to nouns, adjectives and verbs, which welcome new additions to their separate gatherings constantly

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Took off is the right answer because the sentence is referring to a movement by a plane from a place.

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The correct answer to this question is B, At the end of the story, they were living happily ever after. Subject - they; Verb - were living . In a sentence, the subject is the person, place, or thing which is doing something. They is the subject in this sentence, because they are the persons doing something, If a verb in a sentence can be found, so can the subject. A verb is an action in a sentence, which is what the subject is doing. The verb can be either physical or mental. In this sentence, the action is were living, which is the verb.

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The answer for this question is had have because it's a past tense of what happened in the past.

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The professor must be said to his students that we will having their big final test at the end of sem.

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If you happen to see your parents this weekend, give them my best regards.

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Horrible, repugnant- all the other options are unusual reaction of a normal person to eating a rat

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The answer to this is C, ideally, but D is not grammatically incorrect. The sense could be multibillion dollar rescue packages as opposed to multibillion euro rescue packages. A purist would already tell you that multi-billion should be hyphenated.

The Option a is ungrammatical because the word dollar here is acting as an adjective. Option B is the worst answer as it pluralises both adjectives and does not sound like English.

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I thought that the correct answer was Aren't you and just found out that the correct answer should be Won't you?

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