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We have received (A) much (B) more requests for information than (C) we anticipated (D).

We have received (A) much (B) more requests for information than (C) we anticipated (D).

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To anticipate to expect that

something will happen and be

ready for it:

- Sales are better than anticipated.



(B) The intensifier many must

be used with a countable noun

(requests): many more

requests. (A) is a correct verb

phrase. Choice (C) is a correct

conjunction. Choice (D) is a

correct verb.



154. We have received (A)

much (B) more requests for

information than (C) we

anticipated (D).



155. Please remain (A) in your

assign (B) seats until (C) the

instructor dismisses (D) the

class.



To dismiss to tell someone that

they are allowed to go, or are no

longer needed:

- The class was dismissed early

today.



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