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23. The major areas of medicine in which lasers are effective is in the cutting and closing of blond vessels, and in the destruction of tumors.
(A) is in the cutting and closing of blood vessels, and in the destruction (B) are the cutting and closing of blood vessels, and also the case of destroying
(C) are the cutting, closing of blood vessels, and in the destroying
(D) are the cutting and closing of blood vessels, and the destruction
(E)is in the cutting and closing of blood vessels, and the destroying
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2005, 15:35
D

In C where,

are the cutting, closing of blood vessels, and in the destroying

sounds awkward. the sentence should have the word " destruction" of tumours.
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Re: SC [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2005, 21:33
(A) is in the cutting and closing of blood vessels, and in the destruction
"is" wrong

(B) are the cutting and closing of blood vessels, and also the case of destroying
"also the case of"

(C) are the cutting, closing of blood vessels, and in the destroying
"in"

(D) are the cutting and closing of blood vessels, and the destruction
correct

(E)is in the cutting and closing of blood vessels, and the destroying
"is"
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2005, 23:22
Isn't cutting, closing, destroying more parallel than cutting, closing and destruction....plz explain.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Feb 2005, 20:24
If (C) hadn't used "in", than it might be better than D. "destruction" is ok to use even if "destroying" maybe better, but "in" is definitely wrong.
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