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Recent findings lend strong support to the theory that a black hole li

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(E) of a black hole that lies at the center of the Milky Way and of

So the parallelism is fine here, since it’s exactly the same as in (A). So what’s the only real difference between (A) and (E)? It’s that goofy difference between “the theory of a black hole that lies…” and “the theory that a black hole lies…” And the latter makes more sense.

If you picked (E), that’s not terrible. But given the choice, (A) is better.

E says: Theory lies at the center of the Milky Way :roll: :roll:

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[quote="Economist"]Recent findings lend strong support to the theory that a black hole lies at the center of the Milky Way and of many of the 100 billion other galaxies estimated to exist in the universe.


(A) that a black hole lies at the center of the Milky Way and of

(B) that a black hole lies at the Milky Way's center and

(C) that there is a black hole lying at the Milky Way’s center and

(D) of a black hole lying at the Milky Way's center and

(E) of a black hole that lies at the center of the Milky Way and of

if we see a split between
noun+verb
and
there is+noun+that+verb (or doing=that+verb)
then think about change in meaning focus
there is+noun+that+verb answers the question " weather there is a noun" while noun+verb answers the question " what do the noun do"?

so, meaning is quite different.
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Re: Recent findings lend strong support to the theory that a black hole li   [#permalink] 25 Jan 2019, 09:43

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