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The secretary (A) proved herself (B) to be conscientious, painstaking, and (C) accurate; she always produced work of finer (D) quality.

The secretary (A) proved herself (B) to be conscientious, painstaking, and (C) accurate; she always produced work of finer (D) quality.

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(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.



159. The secretary (A) proved

herself (B) to be conscientious,

painstaking, and (C) accurate;

she always produced work of

finer (D) quality.



160. Every (A)month new

employees are hired and firing

(B), making this department

have (C) the highest turnover

rate in (D) the company.



(B) The past participle fired

completes the parallel

construction of the verb

phrase are hired and fired.

Choice (A) is a correct

adjective. Choice (C) is a

correct verb. Choice (D) is a

correct preposition.



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