Choose the Word Or Phrase that Best Complete the Sentence from the Given Alternatives. Indicate Your Option. to Answer Accurately is More Important than - English Language

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Choose the word or phrase that best complete the sentence from the given alternatives. Indicate your option.

To answer accurately is more important than

Options

  • quick finish 

  • finish quickly 

  • finishing quickly

  • you finish quickly

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Solution

finish quickly 

Explanation:

'To answer accurately' will take 'to finish quickly' in the correct way. Therefore 'finish quickly' is the correct choice.

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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