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Please remain (A) in your assign (B) seats until (C) the instructor dismisses (D) the class.

Please remain (A) in your assign (B) seats until (C) the instructor dismisses (D) the class.

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To dismiss to tell someone that

they are allowed to go, or are no

longer needed:

- The class was dismissed early

today.



(B) The past participle

adjective is needed to describe

the thing receiving the action:

assigned seats. Choice (A) is a

correct verb. Choice (C) is a

correct conjunction. Choice

(D) is a correct verb.



155. Please remain (A) in your

assign (B) seats until (C) the

instructor dismisses (D) the

class.



156. Even (A) you are unsure

of the standard procedure in

any (B) situation, please don’t

hesitate to (C) consult with

(D) your supervising manager.



(A) The conjunction

indicating “in the event that”

is needed: If you are unsure.

Choice (B) is a correct

adjective. Choice (C) is a

correct verb phrase. Choice

(D) is a correct preposition.



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