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Astronomers have recently discovered an asteroid, 2002 NT7,

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Astronomers have recently discovered an asteroid, 2002 NT7, that has a diameter of about two kilometers and, according to current calculations, it could strike Earth on February 1, 2019.

A. and, according to current calculations, it could strike Earth on
B. and could, according to current calculations, possibly strike Earth on
C. and that, according to current calculations, could strike Earth on
D. and that, by current calculations, might strike Earth by
E. and, by current calculations, that it might possibly strike Earth on

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New post 02 Feb 2018, 10:14
Confused between C and D... Would select C though... That and that llel ... Could stike seems ok...


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Re: Astronomers have recently discovered an asteroid, 2002 NT7,  [#permalink]

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I think option d convey the wrong meaning. According to option d.... The astroid could strike at any time between now and Feb 1, but the intended meaning of the sentence is that the astroid could strike on a particular date

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Yes....it said scientist discovered ....so could be preferred i think..

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New post 02 Feb 2018, 12:44
we can eliminate B and E, c seems more convincing

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