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8 November, 07:14

Which sentence uses the same meaning of the underlined word in the sentence below? Ranal was good at separating his emotions from his decisions; therefore, we always asked him for his objective opinion. A. Doctors must look at a patient's objective symptoms before he or she can diagnose a disease. B. The international airport in London must be heavily guarded because it is a military objective for terrorists. C. The objective teacher graded his students on their performance and not on their personality. D. My objective is to save enough money to send my parents on a cruise for their 50th anniversary.

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  1. 8 November, 07:57
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    C. The objective teacher graded his students on their performance and not on their personality.

    In the original sentence, the word objective is used to mean without bias. Ranal does not use his emotions, or biases, when he makes decisions. In sentence C, the teacher is being describes as not using his emotions or biases to grade the students on their performance. In option A objective means real or observed. In option B and D objective means goal.
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