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It is probable that the prototype cellular motor might be ready for te

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It is probable that the prototype cellular motor might be ready for testing around the end of next year.

A. might be ready for testing around the end of next year
B. may be ready for testing about he end of next year
C. might be ready for testing toward next year’s end
D. will be ready for testing toward the end of next year
E. should be ready for testing toward the end of next year

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It is probable that the prototype cellular motor might be ready for testing around the end of next year.

A. might be ready for testing around the end of next year
B. may be ready for testing about he end of next year
C. might be ready for testing toward next year’s end
Usage of probable and 'might/may' are redundant. Hence, A,B,C are out.

D. will be ready for testing toward the end of next year
Sounds good.
E. should be ready for testing toward the end of next year
'Should' is an obligation and doesn't go well with 'probable' . Hence E is out.
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