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32. A study commissioned by the Department of Agriculture showed that if calves exercise and associated with other calves, they will require less medication and gain weight quicker than do those raised in confinement.

(A) associated with other calves, they will require less medication and gain weight quicker than do
(B) associated with other calves, they require less medication and gain weight quicker than
(C) associate with other calves, they required less medication and will gain weight quicker than do
(D) associate with other calves, they have required less medication and will gain weight more quickly than do
(E) associate with other calves, they require less medication and gain weight more quickly than

Please provide explanations with answer.


Let's try to solve this question in another way.

This question can be solved easily by implementing concept of conditional verb. When if clause is in simple present tense then clause will always be in simple present or simple future tense.

A and B can be ruled out becasue it states the fact and fact should be in simple present tense. C and D can be ruled out because then clause is in past tense and present perfect tense.

(C) associate with other calves, they required less medication and will gain weight quicker than do
(D) associate with other calves, they have required less medication and will gain weight more quickly than do

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Hi, can someone please elaborate on the adverb adjective issue

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shuzy wrote:
Hi, can someone please elaborate on the adverb adjective issue

Thanks in advance




Hello shuzy,


Can you please specify which adverb adjective issue do you have doubt about?

Please elaborate a bit so that we can help you accordingly and effectively.



Looking forward to hear from you. :-)
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