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If industrial pollution continues to deplete the ozone layer, the resulting increase in ultraviolet radiation will endanger human health, causing a rise in the incidence of skin cancer and eye disease, and perhaps even threatening global ecological systems.
(A) and perhaps even threatening
(B) and may even threaten
(C) and even a possible threat to
(D) as well as possibly threatening
(E) as well as a possible threat to
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Would go for B

If industrial pollution continues to deplete the ozone layer, the resulting increase in ultraviolet radiation will endanger human health, causing a rise in the incidence of skin cancer and eye disease, and perhaps even threatening global ecological systems.

The colored parts should be parallel

(A) and perhaps even threatening
They are not parallel
(B) and may even threaten
CORRECT
(C) and even a possible threat to
Not parallel
(D) as well as possibly threatening
Not parallel
(E) as well as a possible threat to
Not parallel
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If industrial pollution continues to deplete the ozone layer, the resulting increase in ultraviolet radiation will endanger human health, causing a rise in the incidence of skin cancer and eye disease, and perhaps even threatening global ecological systems.
(A) and perhaps even threatening
(B) and may even threaten
(C) and even a possible threat to
(D) as well as possibly threatening
(E) as well as a possible threat to


B is parallel. rest violets the rule of parrallism.
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gmacvik wrote:
If industrial pollution continues to deplete the ozone layer, the resulting increase in ultraviolet radiation will endanger human health, causing a rise in the incidence of skin cancer and eye disease, and perhaps even threatening global ecological systems.
(A) and perhaps even threatening
(B) and may even threaten
(C) and even a possible threat to
(D) as well as possibly threatening
(E) as well as a possible threat to


yup, B for parallelism.

A may mislead at first glance coz of "causing" . IMO, "causing a rise... eye disease" works as a participle phrase to clarify how the radiation "endanger human health" rather than forms a parallel action to " endanger" ---> its gerund form can't be counted in the parallelism.

"threaten ...." must be parallel to "endanger" --> threaten must be in infinitive form ---> A and D out for the use of "threatening" ... C and E out for the use of the noun form of "threat" .

B stands the best.
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Lex ... THanks for the explaination.....OA is B
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