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It is unclear whether chimpanzees are unique among nonhuman [#permalink]
18 Mar 2007, 19:41
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It is unclear whether chimpanzees are unique among nonhuman species in their ability to learn behaviors from one another, or if, when other animals are studied in as much depth, similar patterns would be found. A) if, when other animals are studied in as much depth, similar patterns would be found. B) if other animals were studied with as much depth they would exhibit similar patterns. C) would similar patterns be found in other animals if they were studied in as much deoth D) whether similar patterns would be exhibited in other animals that were studied with as much depth E) whether other animals would exhibit similar patterns if they were studied in as much depth.
I would go with C on this one. It is not idiomatic to say "whether x or whether Y". It's always "whether X or Y". Only C satisfies this. The only problem with C is that it is in passive voice, but still grammatically correct. _________________
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29 Jun 2016, 09:34
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Re: It is unclear whether chimpanzees are unique among nonhuman
29 Jun 2016, 09:34