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When Medicare was enacted in 1965, it was aimed " at the [#permalink]
03 Jan 2005, 12:57
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When Medicare was enacted in 1965, it was aimed " at the prevention of a catastrophic illness from financially destroying elderly patients"
B. at being a prevention against a catastrophic ilness ..
C. at preventing a catastrophic illness from financially destroying the elderly patient
D. to prevent a catastrophic illness financially destroying an elderly patient
E. to prevent elderly patients being financially destoying by a catastrophic illness.
First the 2-3 split occurs and that eliminates option D and E because correct idiom in this case is "aim at"
A is wrong anad B is wrong. It just doesn't sound right.
C is right because it maintains a subtle ||ism "preventing from....destroying..."