Choose the right variant1 This book will take to years to write.
A. After two years I'll write this book
B. In two years time I'll have written this book
C . After two years I have written this book
2. Whose watch is this?
A. To whom does this watch belong to?
B. Whom is this watch belonging to?
C. To whom is this watch
D . Who does this watch belong to
3.I ..... him befor but I didn't know his name.
A. saw
B. Had seen
C. Have seen
D was seeing

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Answer 1
Answer: 1.B
2.A
3.C
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her family's homeland that she has never seen is the meaning of the allusion unglimpsed phantom Faridpur.

The writer of the essay, was born in Indian . The excerpt reflects her present feelings. Now, she is living in the U.S and she thinks she has been able to settle down. However, she sees herself as part of her family's homeland. She wants to write about immigrants and inform the American readers about them. As regards the allusion, she refers to the town,Faridpur,  as the place where her father was born. The writer was educated in Calcutta in a walled -off school; the school was run by Irish nuns. As Bharati Mukherjee could not grow up in Faridpur, today is in Bangladesh, she felt the town as a ghost -phantom- . In fact, she was brought up to emmigrate. She was kept away from her Indian hometown.

These options are wrong:

-the ghost of her homeland calling her back. In fact, the writer does not  want to get back to India. She has found  her way in America. Her hometown and Manhattan have merged.

-her vivid memory of where she was born . The writer could not live in her hometwon. She was shut up in an Irish school.

-another town near Manhattan. Faridpur is in Bangladesh, India.

I think the answer is her family's homeland that she has never seen

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In most classifications, Hellenic consists of Greek alone, but some linguists use the term Hellenic to refer to a group consisting of Greek proper and other varieties thought to be related but different enough to be separate languages, either among ancient neighbouring languages or among modern varieties of Greek.

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Answer:

Yes.

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I am a linguist which means I study words and I know in Greek Hellenic means of, relating to, or characteristic of the ancient Greeks or their language, culture, thought, etc., especially before the time of Alexander the Great. a branch of the Indo-European family of languages, comprising a variety of ancient, medieval, and modern dialects and languages, all of them called Greek. ...

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