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New post 03 Aug 2004, 07:01
Karthik wrote:
E should be it


I am not interested in mere answer. I know the answer.
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New post 03 Aug 2004, 09:57
I think its A. most are not miniralized, only partially are miniralized.

in E "or" is after (,) which is not underlined. Is it correct that way?

Only is used as a conjunstion, which means "but" or "however" Also the adverb "partially" correctly modifies the verb "are"
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New post 04 Aug 2004, 12:36
I'd go with E here
E means that most of the remains[...] are not mineralized, or are only partially so (mineralized)
Overall, the sentence concedes that there is a possibility that the remains are partially mineralized although most are not mineralized. A misplaces the verb "are"
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New post 04 Aug 2004, 13:24
"or" is also needed to convey the idea of conceder as I previously mentioned
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New post 06 Aug 2004, 11:30
:( OUCH, I got it right first and wrong the second time.
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