ENGLISH COLLEGE

Giving all my points plzz answer Choose the answer.

Read the sentence.

We made a reservation at that restaurant, but the reviews give me some reservations.

Which correctly defines the italicized words in the order that they appear in the sentence?
Question 11 options:


making a special exception, appointment


appointment; making a special exception


appointment, concerns


concerns, appointment

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Answer 1
Answer: I believe it is answer 3 "Appointment, concerns"
1 is wrong because reservation doesn't mean "Making a special exception" and concern, and appointment do. 
2 is wrong also for that reason
3 is right because you're making an appointment at the restaurant, but the reviews give me some concerns.
4 is wrong, because it is the other way around.
Therefore, the right answer is 3 appointment, concerns

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Answer 2
Answer:

I believe it is answer 3 "Appointment, concerns"

1 is wrong because reservation doesn't mean "Making a special exception" and concern, and appointment do. 

2 is wrong also for that reason

3 is right because you're making an appointment at the restaurant, but the reviews give me some concerns.


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