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

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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

OA: E
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07 Nov 2005, 10:28
E.
infinitive "to wear" in A/B is incorrect t begin clause.
E. is concise, to the point.

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07 Nov 2005, 14:49
OK. I also go with E. B, the only choice in which parallelism is kept, can be left out because "to wear" preforms the role of subject worser than "wearing" does.

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08 Nov 2005, 07:13
Well, I also vote for (E).

However, I don't think this question is about ||ism.

A) helped in the improvement = wrong
B) helped to improve = wrong
C) helped in the improving = wrong
D) helped in the improvement = wrong
E) helped improve = CORRECT
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08 Nov 2005, 08:04
I couldn't choose between B and E
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Last edited by Antmavel on 08 Nov 2005, 08:05, edited 1 time in total.

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08 Nov 2005, 08:05
gamjatang wrote:
Well, I also vote for (E).

However, I don't think this question is about ||ism.

A) helped in the improvement = wrong
B) helped to improve = wrong
C) helped in the improving = wrong
D) helped in the improvement = wrong
E) helped improve = CORRECT

I meant: help improve ....and recognize .....

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08 Nov 2005, 13:30
I also think E.

This question is not about parallelism, it is about expression. to wear is wrong.

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11 Nov 2005, 14:56
this is like the 20th answer from lexi where she says E for ||ism....
LOL....

laxieqv wrote:
also E for parallelism

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11 Nov 2005, 14:56
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