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# A peculiar feature of the embryonic mammalian circulatory

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A peculiar feature of the embryonic mammalian circulatory system is that in the area of the heart the cells adhere to one another, beating in unison and adopting specialized orientations exclusive of one another.

(A) beating in unison and adopting
(B) they beat in unison while adopting
(C) beat in unison, and adopt
(D) beating in unison yet adopting
(E) even though they beat in unison and adopt

Between D and E why we should use an adverb of result or a dependant clause?? Many tks.

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Originally posted by lordw on 17 Dec 2008, 08:01.
Last edited by lordw on 17 Dec 2008, 10:12, edited 1 time in total.
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17 Dec 2008, 10:12
OA is D
For everyone:
It does not help if you say A, b or C pls. explain why!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: SC adverb of result vs dependant clause &nbs [#permalink] 17 Dec 2008, 10:12
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