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Even their most ardent champions concede that no less than a

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Even their most ardent champions concede that no less than a [#permalink]

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Even their most ardent champions concede that no less than a technical or scientific breakthrough is necessary before solar cells can meet the goal of providing one percent of the nation’s energy needs.

(A) that no less than a technical or scientific breakthrough is necessary
(B) that nothing other than a technical or scientific breakthrough is needed
(C) that a technical or scientific breakthrough is necessary
(D) the necessity for an occurrence of a technical or scientific breakthrough
(E) the necessity for a technical or scientific breakthrough occurring

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05 Aug 2008, 19:53
A and B seems awkward constructions for me. (that no less than and that nothing other than)

The Idiom for me sounds better as "Concede That" instead of "Concede For". Therefore, D and E are out!

I'm not really sure about the idom, pls someone confirm or not this.

Anyway, IMO C.
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06 Aug 2008, 03:58
A & B ARE AWKWARD

I GO WITH C BECAUSE OF SIMPLE TENSE

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