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As more and more subjects take the Rorschach test, the body of information tying styles of response with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases.

(A) with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases

(B) with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive powers increase in the test

(C) to specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases

(D) to specific problems or tendencies grows, and the predictive power of the test increases

(E) and specific problems and tendencies grow, increasing the predictive power of the test

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Option D
Subject Verb Agreement

The body of information tying X with Y or Z Grows , and the predictive power increases

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As more and more subjects take the Rorschach test, the body of information tying styles of response with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases.

(A) with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases

(B) with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive powers increase in the test

(C) to specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases

(D) to specific problems or tendencies grows, and the predictive power of the test increases

(E) and specific problems and tendencies grow, increasing the predictive power of the test

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the body of information tying styles of response .. to something will be correct so except C & D all will go..
The body is singular so singular verb would be grows . IMO D is correct.
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Answer is D.

Subject verb agreement. The body of information ____+ grows .

Tying to, not tying with .

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Answer is D.

Subject verb agreement. The body of information ____+ grows .

Tying to, not tying with .

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The grammatical subject of this sentence is body, and so the correct verb form is grows; hence choices A, B, C, and E are incorrect because they use grow. Also, the best answer will start with to because the correct form of expression is tying X to Y.

The wording of Choice B illogically suggests that predictive powers are growing within the test, not that the predictive power of the test increases.

Option D is the best answer.
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As more and more subjects take the Rorschach test, the body of information tying styles of response with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases.

(A) with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases

(B) with specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive powers increase in the test

(C) to specific problems or tendencies grow, and the predictive power of the test increases

(D) to specific problems or tendencies grows, and the predictive power of the test increases

(E) and specific problems and tendencies grow, increasing the predictive power of the test

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response to is correct idiom over response with
so a, B, E are out
in c and D, as body is singular so grow is incorrect and grows is correct

So D is OA
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