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To consider a diagnosis on the basis of inadequate or

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To consider a diagnosis on the basis of inadequate or [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2005, 22:28
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To consider a diagnosis on the basis of inadequate or misleading evidence is neglecting years of specialized medical training.

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b) To consider a diagnosis on the basis of inadequate or misleading evidence is to neglect
c) In considering a diagnosis on the basis of inadequate or misleading evidence is neglecting
d) considering a diagnosis on the basis of inadequate or misleading evidence is to neglect
e) considering a diagnosis on the basis of inadequate or misleading evidence amounts to neglecting
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Re: SC - diagnosis [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2005, 22:36
A. look for the correct llism or idiom: "to do x is to do y". so A as it is ok...
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2005, 22:45
B. Correct parallellism.
"To consider...to neglect"
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Re: SC - diagnosis [#permalink] New post 17 Oct 2005, 04:16
Great, the OA is B.

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The difficulty with the sentence is a failure of parallelism. The subject of the sentence is the infinitive "to consider", but the complement is the gerund "is neglecting." One or the other must be changed so that they both have the same form. (B) does this. (D) changes both, so it commits the mirror image of the original error. (C) introduces wording that makes the sentence illogical. (E) introduces a new error, the unacceptable usage of "amounts to"
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