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The best answer is option C.

Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in [u]the conjunction of a doctor who[/u] understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who ... the is not necessary. the right idiom is in conjunction with not in conjuction of
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that ... that refers to things not human beings. Hence incorrect.
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who .... correct. the right idiom is used and who correctly refers to a doctor who is a person.
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that ... in conjunction of is unidiomatic. The correct idiom is in conjunction with. The use of that is not appropriate as already stated above.
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who ...at the is inappropriate. The right idiom is in conjunction with.
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C
In Conjunction with is the correct usage.
Also, who is more preferable than .

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Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in the conjunction of a doctor who understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who in the conjunction of a doctor is incorrect it should be in conjunction with
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that the preposition used is correct; however relative pronoun who should be used here
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who Correct usage of pronoun as well as preposition
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that use of "of is incorrect"
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who the usage of at is incorrect

IMO C
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Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in the conjunction of a doctor who understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who


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Athletes need to work IN CONJUNCTION with a DR WHO understands this and can design x;
When referring to a person, we need "WHO" not "THAT".

A. "in the conjunction of" is unidiomatic;
B. "dr that" improper;
D. "dr that" improper;
E. "at the conjunction of" is unidiomatic.

Answer (C)
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Imo. C

Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in the conjunction of a doctor who understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

Correct idiom = ..in conjunction with..

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who - wrong idiom
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that - relative pronoun who is preferred than that.
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who - correct.
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that - wrong idiom
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who - wrong idiom
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IMO C:
to work in conjunction with a doctor who
Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in the conjunction of a doctor who understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor wh
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A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who.....correct
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who


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Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in the conjunction of a doctor who understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who


Error Analysis:

1. The correct idiom is "in conjunction with" and not "in conjunction of".

Process of Elimination:

A. Wrong. As explained above.
B. Wrong. "that" can not be used to modify people. It can only modify things.
C. Correct.
D. Wrong. Same errors as in option A and option B.
E. Wrong. "at the conjunction of" is incorrect idiom.
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IMO the correct answer is C

Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in the conjunction of a doctor who understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who - "Conjunction of" is not idiomatic - correct usage should be "conjunction with" - INCORRECT
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that - Doctor should be followed by the relative pronoun "who", not by "that" - INCORRECT
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who - CORRECT
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that - Doctor should be followed by the relative pronoun "who", not by "that" - INCORRECT
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who - Same error as A - INCORRECT
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Conjunction indicates the kind of association, requiring "with".
Doctor is living specie, so use who instead of that, which is used for non-livings.

C should be correct choice.
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Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in the conjunction of a doctor who understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who

conjunction "with" is the correct idiom
doctor is a person therefore must use a doctor "who" not that

Therefore, C
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Athletes who suffer from asthma need to work in the conjunction of a doctor who understands the disease and can design a proper training regimen.

A. to work in the conjunction of a doctor who
B. to work in conjunction with a doctor that
C. to work in conjunction with a doctor who
D. to work in conjunction of a doctor that
E. to work at the conjunction of a doctor who


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Correct Answer: C

The proper idiom is in conjunction with. Choices a and e are therefore incorrect. Choices b and d are incorrect because the pronoun who, not that, must be used to refer to doctor.
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