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A recent study revealed that if adolescent rats learn and socialized with other rats, they will develop more neural connectivity and learn quicker than do those housed without cage mates.


(A) socialized with other rats, they will develop more neural connectivity and learn quicker than do

(B) socialized with other rats, they develop more neural connectivity and learn quicker than

(C) socialize with other rats, they developed more neural connectivity and will learn quicker than do

(D) socialize with other rats, they have developed more neural connectivity and will learn more quickly than do

(E) socialize with other rats, they develop more neural connectivity and learn more quickly than
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YOu need socialize to make the verb parallel to the verb learn. Eliminate A,B.

THE sentence is in the present tense, you need not to switch to past tense ( developed, have developed) and ,moreover, it changes the meaning and losses parallelism. USe simple tenses whenever required. Eliminate C,D
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The simplest approach is to remember the principle of condition structure IF. IF + simple present, THEN + simple present/future. Only choice E matches non-underlined part.
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A recent study revealed that if adolescent rats learn and socialized with other rats, they will develop more neural connectivity and learn quicker than do those housed without cage mates.


(A) socialized with other rats, they will develop more neural connectivity and learn quicker than do

(B) socialized with other rats, they develop more neural connectivity and learn quicker than

(C) socialize with other rats, they developed more neural connectivity and will learn quicker than do

(D) socialize with other rats, they have developed more neural connectivity and will learn more quickly than do

(E) socialize with other rats, they develop more neural connectivity and learn more quickly than


E is the correct answer

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