In which sentence is the word “concise” most correctly used?
A. The students learnt to be concise by writing long paragraphs.
B. The summary was too short and not concise, missing important information and context.
C. The student is very concise and is able to reproduce his performance every time.
D. The summary was concise and to the point, condensing the main ideas into a few sentences.
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Identify the part of speech of the underlined word in this sentence:
I wanted to go to the media centre to check out a book, but it was not open.
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They built this temple 3,000 years ago. This must ________ a great civilization.
a. have been
c. not have been
d. has been
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