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# In contrast to Freud, many psychologists now think that “slips of the

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In contrast to Freud, many psychologists now think that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning and are only substitutions of some better-learned response for one that is less familiar, though indeed.

(A) many psychologists now think that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning and are
(B) many psychologists now think of “slips of the tongue” not as fraught with hidden meaning but
(C) many psychologists now think that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning but are
(D) it is now thought by many psychologists that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning but
(E) “slips of the tongue” are now thought by many psychologists not to be fraught with hidden meaning and are

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10 Jul 2018, 23:47
Not and but combination...i think it is c

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11 Jul 2018, 00:06
(A) //many psychologists// now think that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning ((and are))
- incorrect

(B) //many psychologists// now think of “slips of the tongue” ((not as fraught)) with hidden meaning but - incorrect

(C) //many psychologists// now think that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning //but are//

(D) ((it is now thought)) by many psychologists that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning but - incorrect comparison.

(E) ((“slips of the tongue”)) are now thought by many psychologists not to be fraught with hidden meaning and are - incorrect. Same as D.

Thus, C stands out.

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11 Jul 2018, 00:16
+1 for C.

(A) many psychologists now think that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning and are --> Incorrect
(B) many psychologists now think of “slips of the tongue” not as fraught with hidden meaning but --> Incorrect
(C) many psychologists now think that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning but are --> Correct
(D) it is now thought by many psychologists that “slips of the tongue” are not fraught with hidden meaning but --> Incorrect
(E) “slips of the tongue” are now thought by many psychologists not to be fraught with hidden meaning and are --> Incorrect

Hence, C.
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