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Re: When Professor North attended the lecture given by the word-renowned p [#permalink]
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taskforce wrote:
When Professor North attended the lecture given by the word-renowned physicist

I think it should be world-renowned


No sir. It correct as it is in the book

I believe the intention is that his words are famous as professionist. The intention is not in the world, though
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The expectation was belied ("far from") by an accessible lecture. Clearly she must have expected an inaccessible lecture. The words are arcane and recondite.
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