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# demonstrated /demonstrably

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18 Nov 2008, 23:39
Although one link in the chain was demonstrated to be weak, but not sufficiently so to require the recall of the automobile.
(A) demonstrated to be weak, but not sufficiently so to require
(B) demonstrated as weak, but it was not sufficiently so that it required
(C) demonstrably weak, but not sufficiently so to require
(D) demonstrably weak, it was not so weak as to require
(E) demonstrably weak, it was not weak enough that it required

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19 Nov 2008, 03:54
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A, B and C are out for "although.....but".
Between D and E, E changes meaning. Hence, D.
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19 Nov 2008, 05:06
lgon wrote:
Although one link in the chain was demonstrated to be weak, but not sufficiently so to require the recall of the automobile.
(A) demonstrated to be weak, but not sufficiently so to require
(B) demonstrated as weak, but it was not sufficiently so that it required
(C) demonstrably weak, but not sufficiently so to require
(D) demonstrably weak, it was not so weak as to require
(E) demonstrably weak, it was not weak enough that it required

same here, D.
a b and c are grammatically incorrect
between D and E, D is more clear and concise.

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