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1His French rusty after years of neglect, Jeff stumbled through most of his conversations during his visit to Paris.
2The coach of the women’s softball team made sure that every team member had their turn at bat.
3The invention of the plow over 12,000 years ago enabled large populations to sustain themselves without needing of migration in search of food.
4The inter-connectivity of the thousands of electrical generators and relay stations is able to magnify a small failure into one of catastrophic proportions.
5The film not only employs fine actors, nevertheless it also gives them outstanding roles to play as well.
6After (A) nearly 70 years at the bottom (B) of the ocean, the lost storage containers from the Thorold, a Canadian merchant ship that was torpedoed during the Second World War, is being (C) brought (D) to the surface. No error (E)
7A dance that evolved (A) in Buenos Aires at the end of the 19th century, the tango (B) probably derives in (C) the milonga, a lively (D) Argentinean dance. No error (E)
8Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, Jim Brown— each of these athletes (A) was (B) considered to be the best (C) at his sport at the time they were (D) playing. No error (E)
9In the nineteenth century, a few respected thinkers became convinced (A) that nations would not be able to coexist (B) peacefully until (C) all of the world’s cultures adopted (D) a single mutual language. No error (E)
10Although (A) Ellen had not danced (B) in decades, she still felt comfortable getting (C) back out onto the ballroom floor, and was grateful to learn (D) to waltz when she was a child. No error (E)