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Consider Consider does not have anything followed after it. Consider to be is incorrect. Consider is correct. I consider this an excellent solution.
2-3 Split Categorize the answer choices into two categories: One category with two choices and the other with three choices based on their grammatical differences. X - A) After gradual declension down / O - B) Following a gradual declension down / X - C) After gradual declining down / X - D) After gradually declining / O - E) Following gradually declining OG11 SC 12 SC GMC, Diction, Rhetorical Construction
EXCEPT FOR [NOUN] versus EXCEPTING [NOUN] EXCEPT FOR is correctly followed by a noun. EXCEPTING [NOUN] is ONLY used in negative constructions. RIGHT: EXCEPT FOR A CONCERT PERFORMANCE that the composer himself staged in 1911 WRONG: EXCEPTING A CONCERT PERFORMANCE that the composer himself staged OG Verbal SC 13 SC GMC, Idiom, Rhetorical Construction
EXCEPT FOR [NOUN] versus EXCEPTING [NOUN] EXCEPT FOR is correctly followed by a noun. EXCEPTING [NOUN] is ONLY used in negative constructions. RIGHT: EXCEPT FOR A CONCERT PERFORMANCE that the composer himself staged in 1911 WRONG: EXCEPTING A CONCERT PERFORMANCE that the composer himself staged OG Verbal SC 13 SC GMC, Idiom, Rhetorical Construction
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