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In order (A) to avoid to make (B) mistakes, take your (C) time and work carefully (D).

In order (A) to avoid to make (B) mistakes, take your (C) time and work carefully (D).

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(B) Use the gerund form

making after avoid. Choice (A)

is a correct preposition.

Choice (C) is a correct

possessive pronoun. Choice

(D) is a correct adverb.



147. In order (A) to avoid to

make (B) mistakes, take

your (C) time and work

carefully (D).



148. Although (A) Mr. Tan

had put (B) in much time (C)

and effort as Ms. Foley, he

was not promoted (D).



(C) The comparative

expression needs an additional

as: as much time and effort as.

Choice (A) is a correct

conjunction. Choice (B) is a

correct verb. Choice (D) is a

correct past participle.



148. Although (A) Mr. Tan

had put (B) in much time (C)

and effort as Ms. Foley, he

was not promoted (D).



149. The (A) secretary made a

coffee (B) for the applicants

waiting for (C) their (D)

interviews.



(B) Noncount nouns do not

use the article a: made coffee.

Choice (A) is a correct article.

Choice (C) is a correct

participle plus preposition.

Choice (D) is a correct

possessive pronoun.



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