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Experts in the pharmaceutical industry argue that speeding up the clinical trial process for new drugs will be bringing needed medicines to market sooner and lower the price for consumers.

A be bringing needed medicines to market sooner and lower the price for consumers.
B bring needed medicines to market sooner and lowering the price for consumers.
C bring needed medicines to market sooner by lowering the price for consumers.
D be bringing needed medicines to market sooner and be lowering the price for consumers.
E bring needed medicines to market sooner and lower the price for consumers.

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 [#permalink] New post 02 Mar 2004, 09:11
E is the correct answer. This is a Parallel Construction problem. We know that by seeing how the form of the verb changes among the answer choices: bring, bringing, be bringing, etc. A has be bringing and lower, which is not parallel. B gives us bring and lowering, which is also not parallel. C has bring.... by lowering, which avoids the parallel structure problem, but changes the meaning needlessly. D has the awkward be bringing and be lowering phrases. The correct answer, E, gives us the parallel bring and lower.

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