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# Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields

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Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields [#permalink]

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Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances posing any health threat, mounting scientifc evidence has convinced many experts that there is cause for concern.

A. of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances posing any health threat

B. of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances that pose any threat to health

C. that electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances pose any threat to health

D. that poses any threat to health from electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances

E. for any health threat posed by electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances

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Re: SC - Health Threat [#permalink]

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16 Feb 2005, 22:07
I go with C.

Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances posing any health threat, mounting scientifc evidence has convinced many experts that there is cause for concern.

A. of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances posing any health threat
B. of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances that pose any threat to health
C. that electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances pose any threat to health
D. that poses any threat to health from electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances
E. for any health threat posed by electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances[/quote]

i underlined of too becasue you have included it in your answer options. pls do correct, if any.

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17 Feb 2005, 00:06
I'm tempted to take (C), but I'll go with (E).
proof is for the health threat, so (E) seems a good choice.

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17 Feb 2005, 00:15
me 2....ill go for E also....the idiom is proof for

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17 Feb 2005, 18:51
between (C) and (E, I pick (C)

(C) (after restructuring) :
Although no proof that electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances pose any threat to health yet exists, mounting scientifc evidence has convinced many experts that there is cause for concern.

Restrictive Clause modifying Proof: that electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances pose any threat to health

(E) : Grammatically seems correct but it is having passive construction.

(A), (B) says "proof of electromagnetic fields", which is wrong.

(D): says Proof poses any threat..., which is wrong..

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18 Feb 2005, 01:53
jpv wrote:
between (C) and (E, I pick (C)

(C) (after restructuring) :
Although no proof that electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances pose any threat to health yet exists, mounting scientifc evidence has convinced many experts that there is cause for concern.

Restrictive Clause modifying Proof: that electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances pose any threat to health

(E) : Grammatically seems correct but it is having passive construction.

(A), (B) says "proof of electromagnetic fields", which is wrong.

(D): says Proof poses any threat..., which is wrong..

I am not sure why A is incorrect. If you read the highloghted portion it is idiomatic.

Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances posing any health threat, mounting scientifc evidence has convinced many experts that there is cause for concern.

Its like saying no proof of a theorem exists.

all other constructions seem incorrect. Other close call is C.
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18 Feb 2005, 02:41
I ll go for E.

The proof of health treat from something has not been yet proven

BUT

Scientific raises concern that they might be some health threat (not electromagnetic ....).

so Health threat is the center / topic / main point of the sentence

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18 Feb 2005, 04:03
C)

A) and B) are out because it sounds like that there exists no proof for the electromagnetic fields...

D) is out because of wrong word order

E) same as D)

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21 Feb 2005, 13:48
OA is C.

jpv has cited one approach to solve this q.

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21 Feb 2005, 13:48
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