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In the early 1990s, voice recognition software was an anathema to most medical and legal transcriptionists; now, however, most medical and legal transcriptionists accept it as desirable.

(A) to most medical and legal transcriptionists; now, however, most medical and legal transcriptionists accept it as desirable.
(B) to most medical and legal transcriptionists, now, however, most medical and legal transcriptionists accept it.
(C) to most medical and legal transcriptionists; now, however, most medical and legal transcriptionists are desirable of it.
(D) to most medical and legal transcriptionists; now, however, most medical and legal transcriptionists accepted it as desirable.
(E) to most medical and legal transcriptionists. Now, however, most medical and legal transcriptionists will accept it as desirable.

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Even though I would vote for (A), I still have the feeling that there can be something after 'desirable' e.g. commodity.

What is the correct response?

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The answer given is A.
But I still do not understand what is wrong in B?

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Mikhail wrote:
The answer given is A.
But I still do not understand what is wrong in B?


B says they "accepted" it which is not the same as "accepting as desireable". So basically it changes the intended meaning.

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Soumala wrote:
IMO, the comma in choice (B) makes it incorrect.


Soumala: Kem Chho! Well, as to your comment, ETS will never play games with syntax, misspelling, capitalization, etc. They want to focus more on the structure and meaning of the setence.

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