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Industrial pollution has done seriously and possibly irreversible damage to the bronze horses on the facade of the cathedral of St. Mark La Venica.

(A) has done seriously and possibly irreversible damage to
(B) did damage that is seriously and possibly irreversible to
(C) damaged, serious and possibly irreversibly
(D) has done serious and possibly irreversible damage to
(E) did damage, serious and possibly irreversible
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07 Dec 2004, 16:32
D?
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07 Dec 2004, 17:24
whatÂ´s wrong with b?

One "damaged" something in the past...itÂ´s not an action that still continue...
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07 Dec 2004, 17:32
go w/ D as well.

I think B is incorrect partially b/c it changed the meaning. The damage is serious, but in B, it says the damage is seriously irreversible.
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07 Dec 2004, 17:39
youÂ´re right doggita...OA is D

I thought the verb tense was tested here but now I know it was the use of the adjectives that qualify "damage"
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07 Dec 2004, 19:24
D...

serious is modifying damage here....seriously is not the correct form here in the sentence.

For seriously to be correct ,some noun should immediately follow it.
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13 Nov 2014, 22:00
Where is OA available for all these questions?
specially the set of 1000?
Re: Industrial pollution has done seriously and possibly   [#permalink] 13 Nov 2014, 22:00
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