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In a recent public statement, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommended that adults perform 2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's risk of coronary heart disease.


A. 2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's

B. more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's

C. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce their

D. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce his

E. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's

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Re: In a recent public statement, the U.S. Department of Health and Human  [#permalink]

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Bunuel wrote:
In a recent public statement, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommended that adults perform 2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's risk of coronary heart disease.


A. 2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's

B. more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's

C. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce their

D. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce his

E. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's


Imo E

"2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours is redundant " in the original choice so drop A and B (B changes meaning though)
We have to use correct pronoun for one so C and D are out
E corrects these errors
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Bunuel wrote:
In a recent public statement, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommended that adults perform 2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's risk of coronary heart disease.


A. 2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's

B. more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's

C. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce their

D. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce his

E. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's


IMO ans is E.
A. Incorrect: '2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours' is wordy
B. Incorrect: 'more than 2.5 hours' changes meaning
C. Incorrect: pronoun error 'their'
D. Incorrect: pronoun error 'his'
E. Correct: 'at least 2.5 hours' is concise and no pronoun error, 'one's' is correctly used pronoun for 'one'.
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One ----> One's , must be (E)
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Answer E
"at least 2.5 hours"
one reduce their
one reduce his
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option E is correct.

This answer choice corrects the redundancy of the phrase 2.5 or more than 2.5 while adhering to the rule: the pronoun one agrees with itself only.
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In a recent public statement, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommended that adults perform 2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's risk of coronary heart disease.



Quote:
A. 2.5 or even more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's
Here the element "2.50 or even more than 2.50 hours" is wordy. We can define it concisely by using "at least 2.50 hours". So rejected.

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B. more than 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's
Here the intended meaning is distorted. The main sentence tells that adults need at least 2.50 hours, but this choice tells that adults need more than 2.50 hours. Rejected.

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C. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce their
Here the redundancy error has been corrected, but we have a wrong pronoun here i.e. "their". A plural pronoun(their) can't define a singular noun(one). Rejected.

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D. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce his
Here we have a pronoun error. His can't define the noun "one" as it's gender biased.

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E. at least 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise per week, in order that one reduce one's
This option seems perfectly fine.

So the correct answer is E.
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