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# Legislators from the state senate and assembly agreed on a

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Legislators from the state senate and assembly agreed on a bill to allow registered nurses who are specially trained to diagnose and treat illnesses without the direct supervision of a physician.

A) to allow registered nurses who are specially trained to diagnose and treat
B) to allow registered nurses with special training for diagnosing and treating
C) allowing specially trained registered nurses to diagnose and treat
D) that allows registered nurses who are trained specially to diagnose and treat
E) that will allow those registered nurses who have been specially trained to diagnose and treat
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21 Jan 2008, 02:08
sondenso wrote:
GHIBI wrote:
Legislators from the state senate and assembly agreed on a bill to allow registered nurses who are specially trained to diagnose and treat illnesses without the direct supervision of a physician.

A) to allow registered nurses who are specially trained to diagnose and treat
B) to allow registered nurses with special training for diagnosing and treating
C) allowing specially trained registered nurses to diagnose and treat
D) that allows registered nurses who are trained specially to diagnose and treat
E) that will allow those registered nurses who have been specially trained to diagnose and treat

C, allow sb to do st

we can't use the future or the present after the verb to allow, in this case. The action was in the past. Thus, only C avoid present and future and is best
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21 Jan 2008, 22:45
Nice explanation.
OA is C.
Thank you.
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22 Jan 2008, 08:57

that allows registered nurses who are specially trained to diagnose and treat

that allows registered nurses who are trained specially to diagnose and treat

would it have been correct?
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22 Jan 2008, 10:34
ronron wrote:

that allows registered nurses who are specially trained to diagnose and treat

that allows registered nurses who are trained specially to diagnose and treat

would it have been correct?

I was thinking the same thing, but then maybe C is better because it's more concise?
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