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Taking into account all weather phenomena, the occurrence of a tidal wave is probably the more difficult to predict.

A probably the more difficult to predict.
B it may be, the prediction that is most difficult
C possibly the more difficult to predict
D is probably the most difficult to predict
E it is possible, the most difficult of all predictions

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 [#permalink] New post 24 Feb 2004, 20:48
I take D..

of ALL of the weather phenomena, the MOST difficult to predict is X.
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Feb 2004, 03:12
D is fine but I think either the question or the option D has an additional "is".
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Feb 2004, 06:46
When more than two things are being compared, the superlative (most) is needed. The fact that ALL weather phenomena are being taken into account (we can assume this means more more than just two things), most is appropriate rather than more. Choices A and C contain more and are eliminated. Choice B is terribly awkward, as is E, which seems to go beyond the issue of all weather phenomena. Choice D then, is the best answer.

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