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INSENSIBLE VS INSENSITIVE

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INSENSIBLE VS INSENSITIVE

Postby Tamdang » Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:36 am

HI FRIENDS,
You shouldn’t have criticized him in front of his friends. It was extremely ______ of you .
A. unconscious B. insensible C. insensitive D. unfortunate

I think B is correct.
-You should not have criticized him in front of his friends. It was insensible of you. This means that you were silly because his friends might hurt you for criticizing him.

Do you think so ?
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Re: INSENSIBLE VS INSENSITIVE

Postby Alan » Mon Jun 02, 2014 1:04 am

Meaningless, I'm afraid. C is correct.
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