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New post 01 Aug 2003, 07:24
this one is from kaplan

A recent study showed that the constant roar of jet aircraft could be a serious impact to the psychological well-being of children living near airports and sharply increase their possibility to have high blood pressure.


be a serious impact to the psychological well-being of children living near airports and sharply increase their possibility to have

seriously impact the psychological well-being of children living near airports and sharply increase their possibility to have

seriously impact the psychological well-being of children living near airports and sharply increase their possibility of having

have a serious impact on the psychological well-being of children living near airports and sharply increase their possibility to have

have a serious impact on the psychological well-being of children living near airports and sharply increase their possibility of having



my ans choice was c - kaplan says - e = SOS please
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New post 01 Aug 2003, 08:29
Hi Baron,

"Impact" is a idea, this took me a while too. It is a noun.
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I think B or C. I vote for C

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New post 01 Aug 2003, 13:22
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I think B or C. I vote for C


Sorry cochise.

Gonna have to agree with the Curlmeister on this one.

"Impact", although common used as a verb, should properly be used in general as a noun (only teeth are impacted).

IN addition, the idiom "probability of" is correct so E is my choice for the answer.
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possibility of V~ing....

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