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My friends loved the restaurant. I thought it was overpriced.

a. That my friends loved the restaurant, I thought it was overpriced.
b. My friends loved the restaurant, whereas I thought it was overpriced.
c. My friends loved the restaurant, when I thought it was overpriced.
d. My friends loved the restaurant, or I thought it was overpriced.
  1. b. The transitional word whereas correctly establishes a contrast between the speaker’s opinion of the restaurant and the opinion of her friends.

Test ID: 442
Source: 501 Grammar and Writing Questions