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Mr. Torres, whose sturdy appearance conceals a surprising sensitivity

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Mr. Torres, whose sturdy appearance conceals a surprising sensitivity, described how
his patient use to rain epithets upon all the doctors and nurses treating her so frail that
none dared to put her in her place.

A. treating her so frail
B. treating her being so frail
C. treating her yet being so frail
D. treating her, and so frail
E. treating her yet was so frail

Originally posted by parijit on 13 Sep 2018, 03:25.
Last edited by parijit on 13 Sep 2018, 03:40, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Mr. Torres, whose sturdy appearance conceals a surprising sensitivity  [#permalink]

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parijit wrote:
Mr. Torres, whose sturdy appearance conceals a surprising sensitivity, described how
his patient use to rain epithets upon all the doctors and nurses treating her so frail that
none dared to put her in her place.


Hi parijit

The underline in the sentence is missing. Please correct.
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Mr. Torres, whose sturdy appearance conceals a surprising sensitivity  [#permalink]

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parijit wrote:
Mr. Torres, whose sturdy appearance conceals a surprising sensitivity, described how
his patient use to rain epithets upon all the doctors and nurses treating her so frail that
none dared to put her in her place.

A. treating her so frail
B. treating her being so frail
C. treating her yet being so frail
D. treating her, and so frail
E. treating her yet was so frail


epithets to doctors , yet no one dared .

The sentence requires a contrast.
Between C and E
E is better as "being" is avoided
Just curious, should "yet" be preceded by a comma in E ?

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