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# Dr. Charles Godfrey, a Canadian specialist in rehabilitation

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Dr. Charles Godfrey, a Canadian specialist in rehabilitation medicine, advises against jumping and pounding exercises for people over 50 because, he says, "they have produced an epidemic of self-inflicted injuries."

A. Dr. Charles Godfrey, a Canadian specialist in rehabilitation medicine, advises against jumping and pounding exercises for

B. A Canadian specialist in rehabilitation medicine, Dr. Charles Godfrey doesn't advice jumping and pounding exercises for

C. Dr. Charles Godfrey, advises, who is a Canadian specialist in rehabilitation medicine, against jumping and pounding exercises for

D. Dr. Charles Godfrey, a Canadian specialist in rehabilitation of medicine, advice against jump and pound exercises for

E. This is an advice by Dr. Charles Godfrey, a Canadian specialist in rehabilitation medicine against jumping and pounding exercises for
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02 Nov 2006, 21:12
Will go for A
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Dr. Charles Godfrey, a Canadian specialist in rehabilitation medicine, advises against jumping and pounding exercises for

The bolded text is appositive which is acting as a noun clause and is singular.

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02 Nov 2006, 21:29
Between A and B.

I will go for B.

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03 Nov 2006, 16:02
Between A and B.

I will go for B.

B changes the meaning of the sentence.
A stands.

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03 Nov 2006, 16:04
kripalkavi wrote:
Between A and B.

I will go for B.

B changes the meaning of the sentence.
A stands.

Nice catch Kripal
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07 Nov 2006, 22:39
Straight A.
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07 Nov 2006, 22:57
B Dr Charles Godfrey should come in front
C has misplaced modifier
D should use 'uses' since Dr Charles is singular
E awkward sentence

A is best.

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