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Changes in the composition of the light of a supernova – an exploding star – reveals not only the chemical elements in the explosion but also the speed of expanding the outer layers of stellar gas.
A) reveals not only the chemical elements in the explosion but also the speed of expanding the outer layers of stellar gas.
B) reveals not only what chemical elements are in the explosion but also the speed at which the outer layers of stellar gas are expanding.
C) Not only reveal the chemical elements in the explosion but also the speed of the expanding outer layers of stellar gas
D) Not only reveal what chemical elements are in the explosion but also the speed of the outer layers of stellar gas when they are expanding.
E) Reveal not only the chemical elements in the explosion but also the speed at which the outer layers of stellar gas are expanding.
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Mar 2007, 18:56
I had C on my first try. I understand the S-V agreement, but how is the parallelism in place here?
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Reveal not only A but also B is the correct form.

In other choices ||ism is broken by saying "Not only reveal A but also <needed>"
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Re: Changes in the composition of the light of a supernova an [#permalink] New post 03 Jul 2013, 06:33
What's the OA for this question is it E?
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Re: Changes in the composition of the light of a supernova an [#permalink] New post 03 Jul 2013, 09:11
I think the options B, C and D breaks the parallelism rule. Not only X but also Y, X and Y should be parallel. A and E both have parallel X and Y but they A is incorrect due to its faulty S-V agreement (Changes .... reveals), Hence I picked E
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