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A majority of the international journalists surveyed view nuclear power stations as unsafe at present but that they will, or could, be made sufficiently safe in the future.
(A) that they will, or could,
(B) that they would, or could,
(C) they will be or could,
(D) think that they will be or could
(E) think the power stations would or could

When is the word power station ambigious vs not here? Is they ambigious in ?
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D, will be /Could be , they refers to power station
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Only (D) makes the clarification that power stations can`t "think."
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New post 25 Jan 2006, 22:40
This question never gets old 8-)

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Oa is D..

But still no one could help me out with why E is wrong.. ?
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New post 26 Jan 2006, 11:16
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Oa is D..

But still no one could help me out with why E is wrong.. ?


E is wrong for the following reasons:

'think' + that is idiomatic

'would' or 'could be' is not || ==> 'would be' or 'could be' is

C corrects both of these mistakes
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