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As the investigation concludes, the debate over the origins of the scandal, the merits of the federal investigation, and the legal authority of the prosecutor have intensified greatly.CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
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Elizabeth is a highly skilled teacher, in addition to being an outstanding pianist and composer, and these are talents she uses to get her students interested in music.CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
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Without (A) our permission, our teacher assigned a new research topic to Jose and I (B) only two days before we were (C)to give (D) our presentation. No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
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In (A) the central courtyard was (B) over a dozen different varieties of lilies,(C) meticulously maintained by (D) the gardener. No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
Cara’s constant (A) improving race times demonstrated that her new training regimen (B) had been more effective (C) than even she had hoped.(D) No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
The devastation wrought by the hurricane was (A) so widespread (B) that officials had to suspend (C) many government services for an indecisive (D) amount of time. No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered