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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
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D

that is needed and will be and could be are parallel
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I think it should be B , since it is not certain, would must be used instead of will
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nischalb wrote:
I think it should be B , since it is not certain, would must be used instead of will


Who or what does "they" in B refer to?

Whereas (D) is not a perfect sentence, it' the best of what we have to choose from.
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My vote for D.


can't this be E, which correctly inserts a noun in place of "they"?
D could refer to either the powerstation or journalists.
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New post 04 Sep 2006, 15:54
My answer is D because it will maintain parallelism

"will be or could be"
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OA is D
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New post 05 Sep 2006, 03:48
ak_idc wrote:
OA is D


I want to ask something regarding E...

would or could be .... does would before the or not carry through the or

Wouldn't it be....

1. would be or could be
2. would or could be

Aren't both same... just that second one is more concise.
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