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Unsuitable: i like the invention OF carbon having the ability to shape soccer-ball molecules. DISINCLINED correct: She IS DISINCLINED to write down to her mom and dad. mistaken: She HAS A DISINCLINATION to put in writing to her mom and dad. there's a DISINCLINATION ON HER half to write down to her mom and dad. Her busy time table BRINGS OUT A DISINCLINATION IN HER to jot down to her mom and dad. DISTINGUISH / contrast correct: The investor exclusive among developments AND fads. there's a contrast among traits AND fads. unsuitable: The investor distinct developments AND fads. The investor unique among traits FROM fads. there's a contrast among tendencies WITH fads. there's a contrast OF traits TO fads. traits HAVE a contrast FROM fads. DO correct: i didn't devour the cheese, yet my mom DID (or DID SO). improper: i didn't consume the cheese, yet my mom DID IT (or DID THIS). DOUBLE See two times. DOUBT correct: we don't DOUBT THAT the apples are ripe. we don't have any DOUBT THAT the apples are ripe. She DOUBTS no matter if Jan will arrive on time. SUSPECT: She DOUBTS THAT Jan will arrive on time. notice: The GMAT claims that DOUBT, utilized in a favorable assertion with no no longer or NO, may be by way of no matter if or IF, now not THAT. flawed: we don't DOUBT even if the apples are ripe. we haven't any DOUBT even if the apples are ripe. because of correct: The deficit is because of overspending. (= effects from) Our coverage won't disguise harm because of hearth. (= as a result of) simply because politicians SPEND cash, now we have a deficit. fallacious: as a result of politicians SPENDING cash, we have now a deficit. because politicians SPEND funds, we now have a deficit. fiscal and cost-effective correct: the increase in fuel costs has an monetary influence on shoppers. (= monetary) Our new vehicle is less expensive than our final. (= effective) incorrect the increase in gas costs has a cheap impression on shoppers. impression See impact. decide on correct: She ELECTED TO WITHDRAW her funds early. SUSPECT: She ELECTED early WITHDRAWAL OF her cash. flawed: She ELECTED chickening out her funds early. adequate See additionally SO / THAT correct: The publication was once brief adequate TO learn in an evening. The e-book was once brief sufficient FOR me TO learn in an evening. SUSPECT: the facility plant has came across how to generate power at an exceptional scale, sufficient FOR powering and whole urban. fallacious: The e-book was once brief adequate THAT i may learn it in an evening. The e-book was once brief adequate FOR IT TO BE learn in an evening. The e-book used to be brief sufficient in order that i may learn it in an evening. The ebook was once brief sufficient AS TO BE learn in an evening. be certain correct: He guarantees THAT points in time ARE met (or can be met). improper: He guarantees THAT points in time has to be met (or might be met). outfitted correct: they're outfitted TO struggle on any terrain. improper: they're built FOR struggling with on any terrain. ESTIMATE correct: She ESTIMATES the price TO BE ten cash. the fee IS anticipated TO BE ten money. mistaken: She ESTIMATES the fee AT ten funds. EVEN correct: i'm EVEN RICHER THAN a prince. I earn AS a lot funds AS EVEN the wealthiest king. unsuitable: i'm RICHER EVEN THAN a prince. I earn while a lot cash because the wealthiest king.

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