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I just have four more questions. Thank you very much, Writeacher.

1) He was becoming a bit blasè by the time he had his last interview. I can't remember the meaning of blasè.
2) This tells that the job candidate is interested enough to research the company. (is "to" correct")
3) He permitted the students to get away/ off with a warning. (is this sentence possible?)
4) They fear losing control over their children.

  • English -

    blasé (notice the accent mark headed the other way!) = unconcerned, nonchalant, seemingly uninterested

    2. This indicates that the job candidate is interested enough to research the company. (Yes, it's fine.)

    3. He permitted the students to get off with a warning. (Yes, it's fine.)

    4. OK

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