Do you think (A)they (B)will (C)except our plan (D)without an argument?
Answer with explanationAnswer: Option C
The verb is misspelled here. For the correct meaning, it should be “accept,” i.e. to consent or agree to our plan. “Except” means other than, besides, but, etc. Used as a verb as in this sentence, it would mean to make an exception of our plan, which is incorrect as it contradicts the rest of the sentence (without an argument). “They” (A) and “will” (B) are used correctly as subject pronoun and auxiliary verb. “Without” (D) is correctly used as a preposition.
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