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# Carpenters, dentists, sewing machine operators,

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Carpenters, dentists, sewing machine operators, needlepointers, piano players, and indeed anyone who works with their hands for long hours can get carpal tunnel syndrome.

(A) anyone who works
(B) anyone working
(C) workers
(D) those for whom work is
(E) any people who work
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03 Dec 2008, 15:37
spiridon wrote:
Carpenters, dentists, sewing machine operators, needlepointers, piano players, and indeed anyone who works with their hands for long hours can get carpal tunnel syndrome.

(A) anyone who works
(B) anyone working
(C) workers
(D) those for whom work is
(E) any people who work

E

Their in stem so A, B out

Just workers with their hands-meaningless

2 pronouns and wordy, akward

E express the meaning and matches with the pronoun their

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03 Dec 2008, 22:23
"their" needs a plural verb "work".
between D and E,
E is concise.

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