Are you sure this isn't a math question, and not a "ross" question?
Message. I started thinking about what increases each year, and came up with "age." I assumed it was two "s"s. The rest was easy. Side note: what does this have to do with world issues?
Whichever teacher wrote this obviously doesn't know too many words. Look at how many words he or she got wrong in the question. I'll think about it, but am curious how a teacher that can't figure out how to spell "you" or "and" would correctly s...
I'd say b is the least likely answer. See how messed up the question is? Are you sure this isn't in relation to a specific person's ideas and asking what they think?
Watch Fox news for 5 minutes and you'll have an idea. Then post your thoughts and we'll be glad to check it.
To finish this sentence in the essay, you can take that phrase and follow it with a verb. You can then complete the preticate. You might also want to play with the word order to make it smoother.
This almost sounds like a multiple choice question. You might want to look below the question and see if there is an A), B), C), or even D) choice. I don't know anything about Huxley, but that might be a good place to start.
You forgot #3...the correct answer. :P
Try reading them, making a brief pause where the commas are. One will sound more natural.