Jim Jacobson is an academic adviser, editor, and test prep tutor who spent a lot of time on Latin, games, and science fiction, so that you wouldn't have to; he is now an expert on games for well-adjusted adults with nerdy interests. He votes on a pro-Oxford-comma platform and wants people to stop saying "processes" as if it rhymed with "cheese" because it so totally doesn't.
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Practice GMAT Sentence Correction Question -- Modifiers
added by Jim Jacobson via grockit.comThis is the other classic format -- longer sentence, entirely underlined, with modifying phrases spread throughout. Modifying phrases should be as close to the thing they modify as possible, without displacing another part of the sentence so far that it in turn becomes unclear (or grammatically incorrect).More ...Less ...