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New techniques in thermal-scanning photography, a process that records radiation form surface areas, makes it possible to study the effects of calefaction, or warming, of a river in greater detail than ever before.

(A) makes it possible to study the effects of calefaction, or warning, of a river in greater detail than ever before

(B) make it possible to study, in greater detail, the effects of calefaction, or warming, of a river than ever before

(C) have made it possible to study in greater detail than ever before the effects of calefaction, or warming, of a river

(D) make possible the study of the effects of calefaction, or warming, of a river in greater detail than it ever was before

(E) has made it more possible than ever before to study in greater detail the effects of calefaction, or warming, of a river

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New post 17 Nov 2005, 11:06
C.

new techniques plural..verb need to be plural
A/E out

D. new techniques make possible....incorrect construction

C over B as B seems making the impact of study as "unrestrictive" by putting comma around in greater detail

moreever, have made seems more appropriate than simple present tense in B.
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New post 18 Nov 2005, 09:39
C too. ...in greater detail than ever before... needs to be phrased together for emphasis.

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New post 18 Nov 2005, 13:10
Clear C for me. A and E are wrong because there is no verb/subject agreement. B and D misplace "ever" and the meaning changes. Only C is correct.

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New post 20 Nov 2005, 06:30
Good Q.
Stuck between B & C.

Would go with 'C' agree with duttsit

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