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Efforts made by York Laboratories to study how the atoms in metal crys

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Efforts made by York Laboratories to study how the atoms in metal crystals or other collections of tiny particles interact with one another, without having to move around individual atoms, has yielded interesting results and attracted the attention of several major research centers.

A. has yielded interesting results and attracted the attention
B. has yielded results of interest and has attracted the attention
C. has yielded interesting results and have attracted the attention
D. have yielded interesting results and attracted the attention
E. have yielded results of interest and have attracted the attention

Originally posted by parijit on 14 Sep 2018, 20:40.
Last edited by Bunuel on 15 Sep 2018, 03:02, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Efforts made by York Laboratories to study how the atoms in metal crys  [#permalink]

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+1 for D

Split 1:
Subject - verb agreement.
Subject: Efforts
Verb: Has/Have yielded
Have yielded is correct as it's plural.
Eliminate A,B,C

Between D and E
D is parallel, yielded and attracted.
Hence, D is our answer

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