Unformatted text preview: which repeats the underlined portion exactly, is correct . If the underlined part is incorrect, awkward, or ambiguous, you must pic k the version that best corrects it and retains the meaning of th e originally underlined phrase. Again, you must assume that any par t of the sentence not underlined is correct and cannot be changed . Analysis An example: 1 . The rigors of high office often demand stamina, persistence, an d having great patience. (A) stamina, persistence, and having great patience . (B) stamina, persistence, and great patience . (C) that a person has stamina, persistence, and patience . (D) having stamina, persistence, and having great patience . (E) having stamina, being persistent, and having patience ....
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- Spring '10
- Grammar, Meaning of life, stamina, great patience