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# It may someday be worthwhile to try to recover uranium from

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It may someday be worthwhile to try to recover uranium from seawater, but at present this process is prohibitively expensive.

(A) It may someday be worthwhile to try to recover uranium from seawater
(B) Someday, it may be worthwhile to try and recover uranium from seawater
(C) Trying to recover uranium out of seawater may someday be worthwhile
(D) To try for the recovery of uranium out of seawater may someday be worthwhile
(E) Recovering uranium from seawater may be worthwhile to try to do someday

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26 Jul 2008, 08:18
spriya wrote:
It may someday be worthwhile to try to recover uranium from seawater, but at present this process is prohibitively expensive.

(A) It may someday be worthwhile to try to recover uranium from seawater
(B) Someday, it may be worthwhile to try and recover uranium from seawater
(C) Trying to recover uranium out of seawater may someday be worthwhile
(D) To try for the recovery of uranium out of seawater may someday be worthwhile
(E) Recovering uranium from seawater may be worthwhile to try to do someday

SOMEDAY, it may be worth, but TODAY its expensive.

Clasic example of "Uncertainilty". When you have any uncertainity, use infinitive. And when ever you have infinitve in the form of: to + verb. ex "to try" in this case... make sure not to introduce anything between 'to' and the 'verb'.
ex: 'to economically try and recover uranium' this is wrong 'to' and 'try' should be right next to each other.

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Re: SC-someday   [#permalink] 26 Jul 2008, 08:18
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