Brent O.

asked • 05/16/18

What is the better way to word "need; except for Spanish translations of certain books, which he" in the following sentence?

The university library offers most of the resources Ronald will [need; except for Spanish translations of certain books, which he] will have to request from a neighboring university.
A. need; except for Spanish translations of certain books, which he
B. need, except for Spanish translations of certain books, which he
C. need, accept for Spanish translations of certain books, which he
D. need, with the exception of certain Spanish translations of books which he
E. need, but there are few books in Spanish which he

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Kirill C. answered • 05/16/18

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