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If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating

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New post 30 Mar 2017, 00:10
KARISHMA315, the idea is that the clauses should match. "Should Dr. Wade have been right" introduces a conditional that should be followed by "any connection . . would have been coincidental" (if we're talking about a past connection) or "would be coincidental" (if we're talking about a current/future connection).
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A) If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of -- "eating of" kills it
B) Should Dr. Wade be right, any apparent connection of eating -- "should" is wrong
C) IF Dr. Wade is right, any connection that is apparent between eating of -- "eating of" kills it
D) If Dr. Wade is right, any apparent connection between eating -- CORRECT
E) Should Dr.Wade have been right, any connection apparent between eating. - "should" is wrong
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New post 31 Jul 2017, 19:03
Hi Experts GMATNinja mikemcgarry

Is below idiom usage correct:
connection with x and y
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gmataquaguy wrote:
If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of highly processed foods and excelling at sports is purely coincidental.

A) If Dr. Wade was right, any apparent connection of the eating of
B) Should Dr. Wade be right, any apparent connection of eating
C) IF Dr. Wade is right, any connection that is apparent between eating of
D) If Dr. Wade is right, any apparent connection between eating
E) Should Dr.Wade have been right, any connection apparent between eating.


the correct idiom is "between x and y"

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Hi Experts, sayantanc2k, GMATNinja

My understanding is that "should" is always wrong in the conditional usage. So, B and E can be marked incorrect right away. Is that the correct reasoning? OG doesn't say that the use of "should" is incorrect in B and E, but it says that the use of "is" with 'should be right (choice B)' or 'should have been right (choice E)' is incorrect. Can you please explain? Thank you very much!
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