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|Comment||Thank you. I strongly agree with you that, according to you, Instead of using "where," the form writers should have written "delete the options that are not applicable." Actually I came across it in my NEW HEADWAY book (written by Liz & John Soars) - the world's most trusted English course!!!!!!|
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