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In her 26 years in the forests of Gombe, Jane Goodall [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 07:12
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2. In her 26 years in the forests of Gombe, Jane Goodall collected data that proved that chimpanzees exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing.

(A) exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing
(B) will exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from one to another by imitating and practicing
(C) will exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to another by imitation and practice
(D) exhibit the kind of curiosity by which new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing
(E) exhibit the kind of curiosity where new patterns of behavior and expression are passed on to others by imitation and practice
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Re: SC - Chimpanzees [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 08:16
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2. In her 26 years in the forests of Gombe, Jane Goodall collected data that proved that chimpanzees exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing.

(E) exhibit the kind of curiosity where new patterns of behavior and expression are passed on to others by imitation and practice


it is a prediction/result/outcomey and jane goodall already proved. therefore will and can are not appreperiate.

so, should be E. but "where" in E?:roll:
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Re: SC - Chimpanzees [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 08:22
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2. In her 26 years in the forests of Gombe, Jane Goodall collected data that proved that chimpanzees exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing.

(A) exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing
(B) will exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from one to another by imitating and practicing
(C) will exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to another by imitation and practice
(D) exhibit the kind of curiosity by which new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing
(E) exhibit the kind of curiosity where new patterns of behavior and expression are passed on to others by imitation and practice


We can reduce it to A, D and E

Not A it does nto relate the curosity to the behaviour
Where in GMAT always go for places

So it should be D. I don't think the usage of 'can' is iomprpoer. It refers to a possibility.. She could be an hypothesis based on the data she collected.
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 14:16
IMO - Should be D , where is used for Location ! Any problems with D ?
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Re: SC - Chimpanzees [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 15:07
Quick E.

B and C are out.
imitating and practicing doesn't flow with the rest of the sentence.



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2. In her 26 years in the forests of Gombe, Jane Goodall collected data that proved that chimpanzees exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing.

(A) exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing
(B) will exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from one to another by imitating and practicing
(C) will exhibit the kind of curiosity so that new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to another by imitation and practice
(D) exhibit the kind of curiosity by which new patterns of behavior and expression can be passed on from each one to others by imitating and practicing
(E) exhibit the kind of curiosity where new patterns of behavior and expression are passed on to others by imitation and practice
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 16:06
I choose E!
As she has already proved....can be cannot be used in the sentence. That rules out D, though where in E is a bit wierd!
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 18:39
Surprisingly, the OA is (C).

We need "will", since "will" in this context means a general tendency of the chimpanzees.

EX) Oil will float on water.
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 20:22
I chose 'E' for nouns at the end.

'C' ? :stupid
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2005, 21:12
I too chose E...

C???? :roll:
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Re: SC - Chimpanzees [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2008, 07:55
i think "where" in E is wrong and thus makes it wrong..C is best though use of will, doesnt really change the meaning of the sentence, using "so ...that" is much better and trumps other choices
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