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The particular design of muscles and bones in the neck and

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The particular design of muscles and bones in the neck and [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2007, 21:55
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The particular design of muscles and bones in the neck and limbs of the turtle allow that it can draw in its exposed parts such that an attacker can find nothing but hard shell to bite.

A. allow that it can draw in its exposed parts such that
B. allow it to draw in its exposed parts, and so
C. allows for it to draw in its exposed parts and that
D. allows that it can draw in its exposed parts, and so
E. allows it to draw in its exposed parts, so that

Debated over D & E...picked E.......i felt so that shud introduce previous clause over here...........views please???
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2007, 22:03
IMO E

"The particular design" is singular, eliminate A,B


E is correct because: He ran so that they could not catch him NOT He ran and that they could not catch him.
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Re: SC - SET 26 Q5 [#permalink] New post 01 Oct 2007, 15:28
singh_amit19 wrote:
The particular design of muscles and bones in the neck and limbs of the turtle allow that it can draw in its exposed parts such that an attacker can find nothing but hard shell to bite.

A. allow that it can draw in its exposed parts such that
B. allow it to draw in its exposed parts, and so
C. allows for it to draw in its exposed parts and that
D. allows that it can draw in its exposed parts, and so
E. allows it to draw in its exposed parts, so that

Debated over D & E...picked E.......i felt so that shud introduce previous clause over here...........views please???


E.
This one is quick for me.
"allows" is correct. "allow it to" is correct. "allow for/that" is not.
Re: SC - SET 26 Q5   [#permalink] 01 Oct 2007, 15:28
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