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In One of the Video, You said
I'm pretty sure I never said that.
Can you tell me which video you're referring to?
Hey, he said never reads
Thanks for helping to clear
Thanks for helping to clear that up, CC!
He never said to remove it he
Brent, would answer choice C
I think C would still be
I think C would still be incorrect.
"Out of every six,..." is a confusing/vague way to start a sentence. Six of what?
i tried fluff,but i failed
The strategy of removing the
The strategy of removing the fluff can be applied anytime.
Chose E and didn't pay
Yes, once we get in the habit
Yes, once we get in the habit of constantly looking for errors, it's difficult to accept that the original sentence may be correct :-)
For this question, I didn't
Give: Five out of every six
Give: Five out of every six hockey players in Maltania...
When we write FIVE, it's implied that this refers to FIVE HOCKEY PLAYERS, which is definitely plural.