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The president and vice president were both welcomed (A) by the head (B) of the committee; However (C), there were violent demonstration (D) on the streets outside the hotel.

The president and vice president were both welcomed (A) by the head (B) of the committee; However (C), there were violent demonstration (D) on the streets outside the hotel.

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(D) Demonstrations should be

plural to agree with the plural

verb were. Choice (A) is a

correct verb. Choice (B) is a

correct noun phrase. Choice

(C) is a correct conjunction.



154. The president and vice

president were both welcomed

(A) by the head (B) of the

committee; However (C),

there were violent

demonstration (D) on the

streets outside the hotel.



155. The window display for

(A) the new products have (B)

been designed by (C) the

merchandising (D) staff.



(B) The singular subject

display requires the singular

verb has. Choice (A) is a

correct preposition. Choice

(C) is a correct preposition.

Choice (D) is a correct noun.



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