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Eye movement occurs more rapidly during dreams than when [#permalink]
16 Sep 2010, 20:03
33% (01:57) correct
67% (00:41) wrong based on 17 sessions
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Eye movement occurs more rapidly during dreams than when waking.
a) more rapidly during dreams than when waking b) when dreaming more rapidly than waking hours c) more rapidly during dreaming than waking d) more rapidly during dreams than during the period of time when a person is awake e) more rapidly when dreaming than when waking
d) more rapidly during dreams than during the period of time when a person is awake Well formed sentence. But we are talking about eye movement when waking up not when a person is entirely awake. e) more rapidly when dreaming than when waking This seems to be the best answer. Although it can be better written...more rapidly when dreaming than when a person is waking up.
I go for E. _________________
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i would think it would be E... but just noticed OA is D
close call. the only reason i can think of for D is that waking cannot be just used as a parallel with dreaming since it is usually used as a verb and for a short time "while awake" is what is usual for the waking hours.... anyone else can explain how the lengthy D is right?
B incorrectly associates ‘more rapidly’ with dreaming rather than with eye movement.a,c and e incorrectly refer to the process of waking rather than the period of time of being awake.Hence d is correct.
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