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Read this sentence.

For people who are more comfortable with just one method to do something, this can seem a bit much.

Which is the MOST vivid phrase to replace the last three words.

a) rather overwhelming
b) more than is necessary
c) quite funny
d) too easy

asked by Val
  1. And you think it's ... ?

    posted by Writeacher
  2. Either A or B

    posted by Val
  3. Which is most vivid?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. If your replacing part of a sentence the first thing you should do is look at how the sentence reads. In this case your sentence begins with," For people who are more comfortable with just one method". First of all if your comfortable with one method and suddenly you have to learn multiple methods it can be quite a lot to take in at once. So, putting yourself in that situation how would you feel? In other words what would be the most vivid scenario?

    posted by Anonymous

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