The Teacher Gives Many Examples to _________The Idea Contained in the Poem. - English Language

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

The teacher gives many examples to _________the idea contained in the poem.

Options

  • bring about

  • bring in 

  • bring forth

  • bring out

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Solution

bring out

Explanation:

The option is correct because the phrasal verb 'bring out' means to convey.

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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