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.E.There is agreement among doctors that they would like medicine to be a science - because life would be simpler that way - the fact is that owing to its human element, it is not.The best answer is A.In choice B, agreement to the fact is unidiomatic.Choices C and D omit the word that after agree.Choice E is unnecessarily wordy.Based on an account from a survivor who talks about her own history of abuse in childhood and in adulthood, the author weaves a story about the experience of multiple selves, and its impact on other family members.A.Based on an account from a survivor who talks on her own history of abuse in childhood and in adulthoodB.Basing it on an account from a survivor who talks about her own history of abuse in childhood and in adulthoodC.With an account from a survivor who talks about her own history of abuse both in childhood and in adulthoodD.By the account from a survivor who talks about her own history of abuse in childhood and in adulthoodE.Using the account of a survivor who talks about her own history of abuse in both childhood and adulthoodThe best answer is E.Choice E is clear and concise; it correctly uses a present participle, using, to introduce the modifier describing how the author gathered information.xxx-Of those 2 percent of needle-stick injuries where HIV-infected blood is known to be present, the chance of HIV transmission is estimated at between 0.3 and 0.45 percent.A.the chance of HIV transmission is estimated at between 0.3 and 0.45 percentB.the chance of HIV transmission is estimated as being between 0.3 and 0.45 percentC.the chance for HIV transmission is estimated that it is between 0.3 to 0.45 percentD.the chance of HIV transmission is estimated to be between 0.3 and 0.45 percentE.the chance for HIV transmission is estimated as between 0.3 to 0.45 percentThe best answer is D.D, the best choice, follows estimated with to be.In addition, choice D uses the idiomatic the chance of.Eager to prove a point, it was decided by the brothers to employ the medieval justice of trial by combat, using both sword and pistol to wipe out the insult.A.it was decided by the brothers to employ the medieval justice of trial by combat, using both sword and pistol to wipe out the insultB.the decision of the brothers was to employ the medieval justice of trial by combat, using both sword and pistol to wipe out the insultC.the brothers decided to employ the medieval justice of trial by combat, using both sword and pistol to wipe out the insultD.the medieval justice of trial by combat, using both sword and pistol to wipe out the insult was decided upon by the brothersE.and using both sword and pistol to wipe out the insult, the medieval justice of trial by combat was decided upon by the brothersThe best answer is C.Grammatically, the participial phrase beginning Eager… must modify the subject of the main clause.Because it is the brothers who were eager, choice C, in which the brothers appears as the subject, is the best answer.xxxAt the height of Manchu power, the situation was not unlike that which can exist between a superpower and a satellite or protectorate, and therefore one which, though politically significant, does not extinguish the independent existence of the weaker state.A.the situation was not unlike that which can exist between a superpower and a satellite or protectorateB.the situation was not unlike between a superpower to a satellite or protectorateC.the situation was like between a superpower to a satellite or protectorateD.there was a situation which was like that which can exist between a superpower and a satellite or protectorateE.the situation was as that which can exist between a superpower to a satellite or protectorateThe best answer is A.In B and C there are faulty comparisons.Choice D is unnecessarily wordy.Choice E incorrectly uses as rather than like to compare two noun phrases.In England, a larger percentage of the students take their A Level exams in college than is the case in Northern Ireland.A.In England, a larger percentage of the students take their A Level exams in college than is the case in Northern Ireland.B.In England, a larger percentage of students take their A Level exams in college than do so in Northern Ireland.C.A larger percentage of students in England than is the case in Northern Ireland, take their A Level exams in college.D.A larger percentage of the students in England than do so in Northern Ireland, take their A Level exams in college.E.In England, a larger percentage of the students take their A Level exams in college than the Northern Ireland students do.The best answer is B.Choice B is clear and concise.Do so is correctly used to refer back to take their A level exams.xxxDespite being a carnivore, the diet of the bear is largely vegetarian - fresh leaves, fruits, berries, nuts, roots, and tubers - and animal carcasses rarely.A.and animal carcasses rarely.B.and animal carcasses is rare.C.with animal carcasses as rare.D.animal carcasses a rarity.E.with animal carcasses a rarity.The best answer is E.The best answer here must qualify the statement made in the main clause, the diet of the bear is largely vegetarian: it cannot be treated as part of the list of vegetarian foods.In other words, the best answer must logically and grammatically attach to the main clause when the list is omitted.The newly appointed principal, being worried about the presence of drugs in her school and the failing of her students to improve on the state tests, revamped school policy.;A.being worried over the presence of drugs in her school and the failingB.worrying over the presence of drugs in her school and the failureC.worried about the presence of drugs in her school and the failureD.in that they were worried over the presence of drugs in her school, also the failingE.because of her worry concerning the presence of drugs in her school as well as the failingThe best answer is C [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]

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