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# Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields

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Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances posing any health threat, mounting scientific 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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12 Oct 2008, 12:36
spriya wrote:
Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances posing any health threat, mounting scientific 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

(C) that electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances pose any threat to health
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13 Oct 2008, 00:32
GMAT TIGER wrote:
spriya wrote:
Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances posing any health threat, mounting scientific 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

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

What about proof for !!! usage !!is not it correct
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16 Oct 2008, 02:26
I find both B and C correct, unless "proof of" is a wrong idiom. Can someone confirm please?
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16 Oct 2008, 03:00
I would choose A. I don't find anything wrong with "proof of".

Pls post the OA.
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19 Oct 2008, 14:16
A for me. Correct idiom is 'proof of'

Example: Economic growth is the proof of the pudding for the president's tax and budget plans.

Okay? need other examples?
Okay one more...The best proof of love is trust. — Dr. Joyce Brothers

So this close down our options to A and B

Now B.
Although no proof yet exists of electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances that pose any threat to health

The intension is to use THAT as pronoun but instead of refering to any subject, 'That' refers to electromagnetic fields generated by household appliances

I dont think 'That' here is used as restrictive clause cause it doesn't make any sense.

A, correctly use participle 'Posing' to modify 'em 'fields

IMO right option is A
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19 Oct 2008, 20:13
nikhilpoddar wrote:
clear C

what is 'clear' about C. there are ppl who preferred other choces too So C might be the OA but not the 'clear' choice for for sure lol.
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21 Oct 2008, 06:25
Too gud discussion!!
thanks OA is C

i just missed on the OA

but ultimately i understand one thing that here we want to prove that EM ways dont pose threat

if we say there is no proof EMways doing this ,we mean we dont have proof of such EMways which do this

but hen we sy : we dont have proof that EMways dont cause threat

we are talking about the scnario created by EM wavs

HTH
thanks for all the posts and replies !!!
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21 Oct 2008, 06:30
IMO C . Only C expresses the intent/meaning of the sentence.

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