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It was nearly impossible to diagnose the girl’s illness even

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It was nearly impossible to diagnose the girl’s illness even after three hospitalizations, several months of therapy, and a near mental breakdown because no one medical professional – neither her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see the full scope of her symptoms.
(A) neither her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see
(B) not even her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see
(C) including her therapist and her doctors – were able to see
(D) not even her therapist nor her doctors – was able to see
(E) neither her therapist nor her doctors – was able to see

I got the answer as A , But in the answer bank the correct answer given is E.
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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Re: SC [#permalink] New post 14 May 2014, 09:28
chatterjee06 wrote:
It was nearly impossible to diagnose the girl’s illness even after three hospitalizations, several months of therapy, and a near mental breakdown because no one medical professional – neither her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see the full scope of her symptoms.
(A) neither her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see
(B) not even her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see
(C) including her therapist and her doctors – were able to see
(D) not even her therapist nor her doctors – was able to see
(E) neither her therapist nor her doctors – was able to see

I got the answer as A , But in the answer bank the correct answer given is E.



use spoiler while posting answers and underline the required part in SC question.

'No one medical professional' is a singular subject, and requires singular verb 'was'.
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Re: SC [#permalink] New post 13 Jun 2014, 22:26
ConnectTheDots wrote:
chatterjee06 wrote:
It was nearly impossible to diagnose the girl’s illness even after three hospitalizations, several months of therapy, and a near mental breakdown because no one medical professional – neither her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see the full scope of her symptoms.
(A) neither her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see
(B) not even her therapist nor her doctors – were able to see
(C) including her therapist and her doctors – were able to see
(D) not even her therapist nor her doctors – was able to see
(E) neither her therapist nor her doctors – was able to see

I got the answer as A , But in the answer bank the correct answer given is E.



use spoiler while posting answers and underline the required part in SC question.

'No one medical professional' is a singular subject, and requires singular verb 'was'.


Is it that "not even cannot" be used with "nor"?
Re: SC   [#permalink] 13 Jun 2014, 22:26
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