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By using tiny probes as neural prostheses, surgeons may be able to restore nerve function in quadriplegics and make the blind see or the deaf hear.

A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses,
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses?
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes,
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses,

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By using tiny probes as neural prostheses, surgeons may be able to restore nerve function in quadriplegics and make the blind see or the deaf hear.
Here the subject is surgeon, who is using the tiny probes. So let's try this out with each sentence:

A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,: Correct
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses, : Use of through is wrong, also used is not required
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses?: wrong which modifier
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes,: wrong list and also wrong meaning
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses, use of since is wrong
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IMO A: By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,
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By using tiny probes as neural prostheses, surgeons may be able to restore nerve function in quadriplegics and make the blind see or the deaf hear.

A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses,
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses?
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes,
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses,
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By using tiny probes as neural prostheses, surgeons may be able to restore nerve function in quadriplegics and make the blind see or the deaf hear.

A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses,
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses?
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes,
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses

Originally posted by JiddiHuMain on 01 Nov 2019, 06:22.
Last edited by JiddiHuMain on 04 Nov 2019, 06:49, edited 1 time in total.
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By using tiny probes as neural prostheses, surgeons may be able to restore nerve function in quadriplegics and make the blind see or the deaf hear.


A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,

there are no errors in option A... the modifier "By using tiny probes as neural prostheses" correctly modifies surgeons---Correct!

B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses,
the contrast makes no sense! ----wrong!!

C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses?
Its not meant to be a question we know that tiny probes can be used as neural prosthesis---wrong!

D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes,

1)the surgeons themselves are not neural prostheses
2)As cannot be followed by a noun or a noun phrase-----wrong!

E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses,

option E means:
Since the time when tiny probes were used, surgeons may be able to restore....

this option makes no sense--- it has a meaning error
because we need the modifier to modify the "how aspect" how will surgeons restore nerve function?---wrong!
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original is the most clear and correct version

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A is my answer.

A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses: My answer
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses:USE and USE redundant
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses: function as redundant
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes: surgeons play roles as neural prostheses!!!!! rediculous
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses: Since may have two meanings. (i) The starting point of time or (ii) Reason. If since=The starting point of time, Present perfect tense is required (so, tense mismatch). If since=Reason, Since +subject+verb is required. ( verb is not available in the since portion). OUT
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A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses, --> correct (refers to surgeons)
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses, --> Awkward construction and comparison
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses? --> Wrong usage of question mark
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes, --> Awkward construction, wrong usage of conjunction
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses, --> Wrong comparison (not comparing to surgeons)

IMO Option A
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A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,
Correct
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses,
Redundant
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses?
A is Concise
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes,
Wrong sentence structure and Wrong usage of ,and
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses,
Since is wrong conjunction according to meaning of the sentence

Answer is A
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By using tiny probes as neural prostheses, surgeons may be able to restore nerve function in quadriplegics and make the blind see or the deaf hear.

A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses,
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses,
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes,
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses,


Surgeons may be able to restore nerve function by doing what? By using tiny probes as prostheses (body parts).

Answer (A).
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By using tiny probes as neural prostheses, surgeons may be able to restore nerve function in quadriplegics and make the blind see or the deaf hear.

A. By using tiny probes as neural prostheses,
B. Through the use of tiny probes used as neural prostheses,
C. By using tiny probes, which will function as neural prostheses?
D. As neural prostheses, and by using tiny probes,
E. Since the use of tiny probes as neural prostheses,


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Correct Answer: A

The original is the most clear and correct version. Choices b and c are unnecessarily wordy, and c also creates a sentence fragment with the semicolon. Choice d is awkward and unclear, and the use of since in choice e is illogical.
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