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3 May 2010 — Hardly

How would you make the meaning of this sentence clearer?

 

The Arizona Governor signed a bill that would hardly deal with illegal immigration.
The Arizona Governor signed a bill that would hardly deal with illegal immigration.

 

 

 

Click the option that improves the sentence.
  

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The Arizona Governor signed a bill that would hardly deal with illegal immigration.

 

 

 

 

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The Arizona Governor signed a bill that would deal hardly with illegal immigration

 

 

 

 

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The Arizona Governor signed a bill that would deal hard with illegal immigration.

 

 

 

 

 

deal (v.) – handle; to take the necessary action, especially in order to solve a problem
harshly (adv.) – cruelyl, unkindly, serverly
illegal (adj.) – not allowed by the law; unlawful
immigration (n.) – the process of entering another country in order to live there permanently  

 

 

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