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# Q16: While digging in the Egyptian desert, huge fossil

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While digging in the Egyptian desert, huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appears to have been the second most massive dinosaur that ever lived.
A. huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appears to have been
B. huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appear to be from
C. it appears that paleontologists have found huge fossil bones that are from
D. paleontologists have found huge fossil bones from what appears to be
E. paleontologists have found huge fossil bones, which are from what appear to be
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13 Oct 2005, 14:04
nakib77 wrote:
Q16:
While digging in the Egyptian desert, huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appears to have been the second most massive dinosaur that ever lived.
A. huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appears to have been
B. huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appear to be from
C. it appears that paleontologists have found huge fossil bones that are from
D. paleontologists have found huge fossil bones from what appears to be
E. paleontologists have found huge fossil bones, which are from what appear to be

A.B.C can't be eliminated.

I choose E. Paleontologists didn't find the bones from the dinosaur, but the bones are from the dinosaur

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13 Oct 2005, 14:05
nakib77 wrote:
Q16:
While digging in the Egyptian desert, huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appears to have been the second most massive dinosaur that ever lived.
A. huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appears to have been
B. huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appear to be from
C. it appears that paleontologists have found huge fossil bones that are from
D. paleontologists have found huge fossil bones from what appears to be
E. paleontologists have found huge fossil bones, which are from what appear to be

A.B.C can't be eliminated.

I choose E. Paleontologists didn't find the bones from the dinosaur, but the bones are from the dinosaur

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13 Oct 2005, 18:26
D for me as well ; IMO - E is not worded properly.

Can someone suggest is this is a valid construction ?
"which are from what appear to be"

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13 Oct 2005, 18:34
down to D & E...

in E "appear" sounds strange, given I think the subject is singular. ONE BIG dinasour...

D is correct..

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13 Oct 2005, 19:15
D is best. appears should be the verb of a dinosaur.

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13 Oct 2005, 19:23
nakib77 wrote:
Q16:
While digging in the Egyptian desert, huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appears to have been the second most massive dinosaur that ever lived.
A. huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appears to have been
B. huge fossil bones have been found by paleontologists, which appear to be from
C. it appears that paleontologists have found huge fossil bones that are from
D. paleontologists have found huge fossil bones from what appears to be
E. paleontologists have found huge fossil bones, which are from what appear to be

the subject of "digging" is the paleontologists, thus the main subject of the sentence must be " paleontologists" . A, B and C are out!
D is less wordy than E. I choose D.

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14 Oct 2005, 14:06
Thank you guys. I think D is correct as well.

but the screwed up OA is E.

can we safely say that OA is incorrect hre
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