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...will be ratified #1 (permalink) Wed Aug 24, 2005 18:33 pm   ...will be ratified
 

Test No. incompl/advan-35 "One is always going to lose...", question 8

They say this but then the difficulty is trying to find out when the measures are coming into effect and when they will be ..........

(a) rated
(b) ratified
(c) rates
(d) rating

Test No. incompl/advan-35 "One is always going to lose...", answer 8

They say this but then the difficulty is trying to find out when the measures are coming into effect and when they will be ratified.

Correct answer: (b) ratified
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Dear Alan:
Would you please to explain me the meaning of this sentence?
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Ratified #2 (permalink) Wed Aug 24, 2005 18:38 pm   Ratified
 

Hi Kelly,

This means: They are trying to find out when the new rules will be applied and when they will be made official.

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