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If the ice of Greenland and Antarctica were to melt,the sealevel would rise at least 100ft or more.
A.If the ice of Greenland and Antarctica were to melt,the sealevel would rise at least 100ft or more.
B.Were the ice of Greenland and Antarctica to melt,the sea level would rise atleast 100ft.
C.Was the ice of Greenland and Antarctica to melt,the sea level would rise at least 100ft.
D.If the ice of Greenland and Antarctica was melting,the sea level would rise at least 100ft.
E.Should the ice of Greenland and Antarctica melt,the sea level would rise at least 100ft or more.

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New post 06 Oct 2006, 10:11
GMATT73 .. that was a great catch ..
I hadn't thought about it ...
For me both A and B looked the same...
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Good catch GMATT73 :-D

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Yes if the one highlighted by GMATT73 was not caught then A is more tempting.But now it is B

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New post 06 Oct 2006, 17:58
Clear B,

"the atleast or more" is pretty repeated.....jus b careful with tht
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New post 06 Oct 2006, 20:54
GMATT73 wrote:
baski6 wrote:
B. sub junctive.


also, at least + or more is redundant.


Yup he nailed it right on that :-D

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Good catch and thanks all of u,
OA is B

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New post 07 Oct 2006, 17:14
agree B

A & E out on redundant use of least or more
C & D wrong tense

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