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Researchers have developed an ultra-thin electrical

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Researchers have developed an ultra-thin electrical circuit to monitor a patient's vital signs. a device that can be posted on the skin just like a temporary tattoo can be.

A) just like a temporary tattoo can be
B) just like a temporary tattoo
C) like a just temporary tattoo
D) just as a temporary tattoo
E) just for a temporary tattoo can be

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New post 20 Oct 2018, 20:32
IMO : B
Like always takes noun.
A) like plus clause:wrong
B) correct
C) changes the meaning with ‘a just temp tattoo’
D) As will take a clause not a noun
E) just for wrong idiom.

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