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The goods requiring (A) should be (B) described in detail (C) in order to expedite the shipment (D).

The goods requiring (A) should be (B) described in detail (C) in order to expedite the shipment (D).

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(A) Someone else requires the

goods, so the past participle

should be used: the goods

required. Choice (B) is a

correct verb. Choice (C) is a

correct prepositional phrase.

Choice (D) is a correct noun

phrase.



157. The goods requiring (A)

should be (B) described in

detail (C) in order to expedite

the shipment (D).



158. After being (A) asked his

(B) advice, Mr. Harmoui

recommended to have (C) the

proposal read (D) by a lawyer.



(C) Recommend is followed by

the gerund, not the infinitive:

recommended having the

proposal read. Choice (A) is a

correct adverbial phrase.

Choice (B) is a correct

pronoun. Choice (D) is a

correct simple verb.



158. After being (A) asked his

(B) advice, Mr. Harmoui

recommended to have (C) the

proposal read (D) by a lawyer.



159. The secretary (A) proved

herself (B) to be conscientious,

painstaking, and (C) accurate;

she always produced work of

finer (D) quality.



(D) The -er form of the

adjective is not used unless

comparing two things: work of

fine quality. Choice (A) is a

correct noun phrase. Choice

(B) is a correct pronoun.

Choice (C) is a correct

conjunction.



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