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An unusually strong cyclist can, it is hoped, provide enough

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Abhishek009 wrote:
gmataspirant2009 wrote:
An unusually strong cyclist can, it is hoped, provide enough power to set a new distance record for human-powered aircraft in MIT’s diaphanous construction of graphite fiber and plastic.

(A) can, it is hoped, provide enough power to set
(B) it is hoped, can provide enough power that will set
(C) hopefully can provide enough power, this will set
(D) is hopeful to set
(E) hopes setting


An unusually strong cyclist can, it is hoped, provide enough power to set a new distance record for human-powered aircraft in MIT’s diaphanous construction of graphite fiber and plastic.

X can provide Y is correct grammatical usage..

IMHO with (A) , errors in my opinion with other options marked in RED..



Hi I am not able to understand the grammar behind these 3 clauses. Technically, no 2 clauses can be joined by a mere comma. So how does this error is neglected in this option?
An unusually strong cyclist can, it is hoped, provide enough power

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Please clear this doubt

Gau0809 wrote:
Abhishek009 wrote:
gmataspirant2009 wrote:
An unusually strong cyclist can, it is hoped, provide enough power to set a new distance record for human-powered aircraft in MIT’s diaphanous construction of graphite fiber and plastic.

(A) can, it is hoped, provide enough power to set
(B) it is hoped, can provide enough power that will set
(C) hopefully can provide enough power, this will set
(D) is hopeful to set
(E) hopes setting


An unusually strong cyclist can, it is hoped, provide enough power to set a new distance record for human-powered aircraft in MIT’s diaphanous construction of graphite fiber and plastic.

X can provide Y is correct grammatical usage..

IMHO with (A) , errors in my opinion with other options marked in RED..



Hi I am not able to understand the grammar behind these 3 clauses. Technically, no 2 clauses can be joined by a mere comma. So how does this error is neglected in this option?
An unusually strong cyclist can, it is hoped, provide enough power

Kudos [?]: 1 [0], given: 7

Re: An unusually strong cyclist can, it is hoped, provide enough   [#permalink] 02 Oct 2017, 22:19

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