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# In seniors with memory loss, studies in Sweden and at the

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Director
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In seniors with memory loss, studies in Sweden and at the University of Toronto indicate that to wear Nicotine patches helped in the improvement of ability to make decisions quickly and recognize objects.
(A) indicate that to wear Nicotine patches helped in the improvement of ability
(B) indicate that to wear Nicotine patches helped to improve ability
(C) indicate that the wearing of Nicotine patches helped in the improving of ability
(D) indicate that those who wore Nicotine patches were helped in the improvement of their ability
(E) indicate that wearing Nicotine patches helped improve ability
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20 Feb 2005, 17:15
it is (E).

Causative Verb "help" requires:
... help + (Noun/Pronoun if required) + infinitive form without "to"

None except (E) matches this.
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20 Feb 2005, 18:13
OK, you guys got it. OA is (E)
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20 Feb 2005, 18:16
jpv wrote:
None except (E) matches this.

is the sentence in quote correct?

None is singular or Plural or both depending on the context... Please someone help..
20 Feb 2005, 18:16
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