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Dental caries and gingivitis can be exacerbated not only by the foods patients eat but also by when the patients eat them.
(A) not only by the foods patients eat but also by when the patients eat them
(B) by not only the foods patients eat but also by when the patients eat them
(C) not only by the foods patients eat but also by time when the foods are eaten
(D) by not only the foods that are eaten by patients but also by the times the foods are eaten
(E) not only by what patients eat but also by when they eat it

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E for me.

parallelism and brevity, and active voice.

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E for me,

but still not the greatest sentence but the best fit.

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Shouldn't every pronoun have a clear referrant? What is the 'it' in E referring to?

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Yeah i don't like E here too.

I do not like any of the answer choices in this sentence :)

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Shouldn't every pronoun have a clear referrant? What is the 'it' in E referring to?



refer to "what patients eat"


Yeah, but can pronouns refer to a noun clause rather than just a noun?

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New post 21 Nov 2006, 01:39
tennis_ball wrote:
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Yeah i don't like E here too.

I do not like any of the answer choices in this sentence :)


BTW, who is the man in your avatar?


You do not know him?

Its Borat! :)

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New post 21 Nov 2006, 04:08
I think I will stick with A.
I might have chosen E if it had "when they eat them" instead of "when they eat it".

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its E. food in other choices is reduntant. it can replace noun clauses
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New post 21 Nov 2006, 09:31
kripalkavi wrote:
Dental caries and gingivitis can be exacerbated not only by the foods patients eat but also by when the patients eat them.
(A) not only by the foods patients eat but also by when the patients eat them
(B) by not only the foods patients eat but also by when the patients eat them
(C) not only by the foods patients eat but also by time when the foods are eaten
(D) by not only the foods that are eaten by patients but also by the times the foods are eaten
(E) not only by what patients eat but also by when they eat it


Good point Kripal.. but it sounds like since Noun Clauses stand in for nouns, if a pronoun un-ambiguously refers to one, it should be OK.

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New post 21 Nov 2006, 14:28
all the rong choices ignored......E is wat remains........

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