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39. Taste buds are onion-shaped structures with between 50 and 100 taste cells, each of them has fingerlike projections poking through the opening located at the top of the taste bud called the taste pore.

A. them has fingerlike projections poking through the opening located at the top of the taste bud called the taste pore
B. them that have fingerlike projections that poke through an opening located at the top of the taste bud, which they call the taste pore
C. which has fingerlike projections poking through the opening, called the taste pore, located at the top of taste bud
D. which having fingerlike projections that poke through an opening, which is called the taste pore, located at the top of the taste bud
E. which have fingerlike projections that are poking through an opening located at the top of the taste bud called the taste pore
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I agree with C. The answer should be either A or C, since after each "has" should be used. C use correct modifiers, therefore it is the correct answer.
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New post 16 May 2008, 11:30
Between A and C, I chose C.
In A, taste bud called the taste pore - creates an altered intent situation.
'opening' is called 'taste pore' Not 'taste bud'.
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New post 16 May 2008, 16:34
Good one.

Comes down to A vs C ( "has" is needed ).
C for me.
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Can you say something about D? D is my choice! :lol:
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Can you say something about D? D is my choice! :lol:



D. Taste buds are onion-shaped structures with between 50 and 100 taste cells, each of which having fingerlike projections that poke through an opening, which is called the taste pore, located at the top of the taste bud
For better reading, I reconstructed the original sentence with the Choice D and it looks awkward with the word "having". Do you agree?

C is my choice as well.
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Can you say something about D? D is my choice! :lol:



D. Taste buds are onion-shaped structures with between 50 and 100 taste cells, each of which having fingerlike projections that poke through an opening, which is called the taste pore, located at the top of the taste bud
For better reading, I reconstructed the original sentence with the Choice D and it looks awkward with the word "having". Do you agree?

C is my choice as well.


Oh, soooo great! Thank you, Wiz! :kiss

I dont understand why I choose "which having" as correct! Silly mistake!

OA is C
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