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10 Jan 2004, 22:09
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In an effort to improve the quality of patient care, Dr. Lydia Temoscho is directing one of several clinical research projects that seek to determine the extent that psychological counseling helps to supplement the medical treatment of serious disease.
A. seek to determine the extent that psychological counseling helps to supplement
B. seek to determine how helpful psychological counseling is in supplementing
C. seeks to determine how helpful psychological counseling is to supplement
D. seeks to determine to what extent psychological counseling is a help in supplementing
E. seeks to determine the extent that psychological counseling is helpful in supplementing
I go with B. When you have a compound subject, don't you have to conjugate the verb with the one subject immediately preceding the verb ( in this case, several research projects )? Since several research projects can perform the action of seeking, the verb seek should be plural. Between A and B, I chose B because A the extent that is not idiomatic.