2 years ago in Completing Statements

He always stammers in public meetings, but his today's speech ......

[A] was fairly audible to everyone present in the hall
[B] was not received satisfactorily
[C] could not be understood properly
[D] was not liked by the audience
[E] was free from that defect
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Kanak Vineet
Kanak Vineet - 1 month ago

Kanak Vineet from Ghaziabad, India is saying was fairly audible to everyone present in the hall is correct answer

Swati Bellani
Swati Bellani - 2 years ago

Swati Bellani from Jalalpur, India is saying was free from that defect is correct answer

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