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# Possible long-term consequences of the greenhouse effect

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Possible long-term consequences of the â€œgreenhouse effect,â€
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10 Nov 2006, 10:20
I choose E.
A) i think that the melting should be followed by OF but A misses that so it's out.
C) Too complicated. Why add more verbs and subjects.
D) No parallel structure. Melting ice craps but sea level that are rising.
B) It is possible but in the beginning the word possible already indicates that these effects may include. So eliminate double wording.
Though i initially choose B
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10 Nov 2006, 10:38
E for me too

also can we say the use of word "May" is redundant?
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10 Nov 2006, 10:54
Another E. I picked up the redundancy of Possible and May
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10 Nov 2006, 18:58
cute_smiley wrote:
I choose E.
A) i think that the melting should be followed by OF but A misses that so it's out.
C) Too complicated. Why add more verbs and subjects.
D) No parallel structure. Melting ice craps but sea level that are rising.
B) It is possible but in the beginning the word possible already indicates that these effects may include. So eliminate double wording.
Though i initially choose B

Excellent analysis. Besides, I think...E also has parallelism in terms of verbs (melting..rise). No?
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10 Nov 2006, 22:58
E ! possible and may can't exist together ....
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11 Nov 2006, 08:56
cute_smiley wrote:
I choose E.
A) i think that the melting should be followed by OF but A misses that so it's out.
C) Too complicated. Why add more verbs and subjects.
D) No parallel structure. Melting ice craps but sea level that are rising.
B) It is possible but in the beginning the word possible already indicates that these effects may include. So eliminate double wording.
Though i initially choose B

Thank you cutey. OA is also E.
11 Nov 2006, 08:56
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