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After more than four decades of research and development, a new type of jet engine is being tested that could
eventually propel aircraft anywhere in the world within two hours or help
boost cargoes into space at significantly
lower costs than current methods permit.

(A) tested that could eventually propel aircraft anywhere in the world within two or help
(B) tested that could eventually have the capability of propelling aircraft anywhere in the world within two hours or
to help
(C) tested, eventually able to propel aircraft anywhere in the world within two hours, or helping
(D) tested, and it eventually could propel aircraft anywhere in the world within two hours, or helping
(E) tested, and it could eventually have the capability to propel aircraft anywhere in the world within two hours or
help

please explain..

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sudeep wrote:
IMO A


so 'that' refers to nearest noun right? I was almost sure to select this option (A) but went for E.

is my above assumption, 'that' refers to nearest noun, right?

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ugimba wrote:
sudeep wrote:
IMO A


so 'that' refers to nearest noun right? I was almost sure to select this option (A) but went for E.

is my above assumption, 'that' refers to nearest noun, right?


I don't understand your question?
I see only one noun here so no question to what 'that' refers to in her.
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ugimba wrote:
sudeep wrote:
IMO A


so 'that' refers to nearest noun right? I was almost sure to select this option (A) but went for E.

is my above assumption, 'that' refers to nearest noun, right?


'that' refers to the jet engine. Although I believe "and it" is a correct construction in choice E, the "have the capability to..." is wordy and unnecessary.

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sudeep wrote:
ugimba wrote:
sudeep wrote:
IMO A


so 'that' refers to nearest noun right? I was almost sure to select this option (A) but went for E.

is my above assumption, 'that' refers to nearest noun, right?


I don't understand your question?
I see only one noun here so no question to what 'that' refers to in her.


I agreed to your answer ... was just asking whether 'that' refers to nearest noun. Anyways, I know it but some how I missed the answer ..

Thanks a bunch.

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in sync wid topher...those words r redundant...
hence A

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New post 08 Jul 2009, 20:45
By process of elim, i picked A

b>tested that could eventually have the capability of propelling aircraft anywhere in the world within two hours or
to help
have is plural, whereas the subject is jet engine, which is singuar
to help - We do not have anything parallel - to help

c>tested, eventually able to propel aircraft anywhere in the world within two hours, or helping
No parallel structure. to propel is not parallel to helping

d> and e> both have parallelism issues.

Hence A is the best answer

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