When she did realize her mistakes, she apologized. I can't tell the difference between C and D. Keith Bradford , Mar 18, 2013. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content.
But I really hate this type of multiple-choice question. To Filsmith: I agree with your advice, I should go for the most straightforward answer. Hau Ruck , Mar 18, 2013.
Yes, I can see that this is not easy to explain. To Keith Bradford: Share This Page Tweet. Thanks for your detailed explanation and example.
WordReference Forums. Hello, there is a question that baffles me: This is the trouble with these ill-chosen multiple-choice questions.
For C to work, you would have to have: I see. The truth was that they could see the mistakes but she was unaware of them. PaulQ , Mar 18, 2013.
UK English - England. Both C and D are possible, but D does not require any context to be understood, whereas C would require context.
Maybe because I'm a programmer so many times I can only choose something which must be true in all cases.