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36. …. he lives in a cold, ill-equipped house,
he refuses to move.
(A) In spite
(B) Although
(C) Despite
(D) Whereas
37. It is too difficult …. live alone.
(A) to them to
(B) to them
(C) for them
(D) for them to
38. They have two daughters …. refuse to
help them.
(A) which both
(B) both of whom
(C) of whom both
(D) both of which
39. Old people are sometimes …. poor ….
they cannot live alone.
(A) such / as
(B) so / than
(C) such / that
(D) so / that

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