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Decreasing anxiety in people with Rett syndrome may mitigate

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Decreasing anxiety in people with Rett syndrome may mitigate symptoms like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.

a. such as those inclined to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tending to hyperventilate
b. like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning difficulties and tendency to hyperventilate.
c. such as the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.
d. like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.
e. such as the inclination to withdraw socially, learning difficulties and tendency to hyperventilate.

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rampuria wrote:
Decreasing anxiety in people with Rett syndrome may mitigate symptoms like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.

a. such as those inclined to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tending to hyperventilate
b. like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning difficulties and tendency to hyperventilate.
c. such as the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.
d. like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.
e. such as the inclination to withdraw socially, learning difficulties and tendency to hyperventilate.



C , imo ,for the use of "such as" and prallelism.
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rampuria wrote:
Decreasing anxiety in people with Rett syndrome may mitigate symptoms like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.

a. such as those inclined to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tending to hyperventilate
b. like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning difficulties and tendency to hyperventilate.
c. such as the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.
d. like the inclination to withdraw socially, learning with difficulty and tendency to hyperventilate.
e. such as the inclination to withdraw socially, learning difficulties and tendency to hyperventilate.


IMO C .. 'such as' is used for examples ... and out A, C, and E .. C is good with parallelism ..
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New post 02 Apr 2009, 14:14
Rampuria, can you not switch the answers around.

A) should obviously be the same as the underlined problem.

In my opinion, I don't think any of these answers sound correct, but I'll choose C out of the lot.

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