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# In an effort improve the quality of patient care, Dr. Lydia

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In an effort improve the quality of patient care, Dr. Lydia Temoscho is directing one of several clinical research projects that seek to determine the extent that psychological counseling helps to supplement the medical treatment of serious disease.
(A) seek to determine the extent that psychological counseling helps to supplement
(B) seek to determine how helpful psychological counseling is in supplementing
(C) seeks to determine how helpful psychological counseling is to supplement
(D) seeks to determine to what extent psychological counseling is a help in supplementing
(E) seeks to determine the extent that psychological counseling is helpful in supplementing

I marked the correct OA. I just want to confirm my reasoning. Please comment.
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26 May 2010, 05:21
ill go with A

Reason: one of several clinical research projects : seek is required.

 i some how feel A i better than B

My Bad just learned extend that is wrong idiomatic usage.....

So B is the answer
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31 May 2010, 14:37
it is between A and B (because.....one of several clinical research projects that seek is correct)

A sounds better than B and would pick (A).

What is the OA and the correct idiom?
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31 May 2010, 21:58
RaviChandra wrote:
ill go with A

Reason: one of several clinical research projects : seek is required.

 i some how feel A i better than B

My Bad just learned extend that is wrong idiomatic usage.....

So B is the answer

Hi Ravi, are u sure it should be 'seek' and not 'seeks'

I need to know the correct usage.

eg. One of my teachers is very intelligent. -- isnt this correct ?
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23 Jun 2010, 01:18
OA is B.
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23 Jun 2010, 05:34
seekmba wrote:
it is between A and B (because.....one of several clinical research projects that seek is correct)

A sounds better than B and would pick (A).

What is the OA and the correct idiom?

Are we taking about one single project that this DR is directing or all the projects. Please help
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01 Dec 2014, 23:07
has to be B, no ways can A be the answer.

"extent to" is the correct idiomatic usage, not "extent that."
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13 Sep 2015, 00:23
How [useful] X is in [doing] Y >>> that is the correct idiom. therefore, the answer is B.
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