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A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search and diffuse land mines, a weapon that threatens the safety of millions of innocent people around the world.


A. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search

B. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used to mix cocktails but also to search for

C. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only for cocktail mixes but also to search for

D. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could not only be used to mix cocktails but to search for

E. Dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, a group of engineering students argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search for

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Re: A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics pro  [#permalink]

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New post 10 Jun 2018, 11:05
IMO answer is E.

Between A and E, I prefer E because it has 'search for' instead of 'search'.
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A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search and diffuse land mines, a weapon that threatens the safety of millions of innocent people around the world.


A. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search

B. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used to mix cocktails but also to search for

C. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only for cocktail mixes but also to search for

D. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could not only be used to mix cocktails but to search for

E. Dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, a group of engineering students argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search for


IMO A is correct as it perfectly uses not only but also idiom also parallel but in others search for is not parallel with diffuse
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Bunuel wrote:
A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search and diffuse land mines, a weapon that threatens the safety of millions of innocent people around the world.


A. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search

B. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used to mix cocktails but also to search for

C. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only for cocktail mixes but also to search for

D. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could not only be used to mix cocktails but to search for

E. Dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, a group of engineering students argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search for


between A and E, E is preferred why because robots will not search the land mines instead robots will search for land mines both have different meaning . so E is preferred.
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A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search and diffuse land mines, a weapon that threatens the safety of millions of innocent people around the world.


A. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search

B. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used to mix cocktails but also to search for

C. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could be used not only for cocktail mixes but also to search for

D. A group of engineering students, dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, argued that robots could not only be used to mix cocktails but to search for

E. Dissatisfied with recent robotics projects, a group of engineering students argued that robots could be used not only to mix cocktails but also to search for
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