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608. Researchers have questioned the use of costly and experimental diagnostic tests to identify food allergies, such as milk, that supposedly disrupt normal behavior.
(A) to identify food allergies, such as
(B) to identify food allergies, like
(C) to identify food allergies, such as to
(D) for identifying food allergies, like that of
(E) for identifying food allergies, such as for

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pls underline sc questions
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608. Researchers have questioned the use of costly and experimental diagnostic tests to identify food allergies, such as milk, that supposedly disrupt normal behavior.
to identify food allergies, such as
(B) to identify food allergies, like
(C) to identify food allergies, such as to
(D) for identifying food allergies, like that of
(E) for identifying food allergies, such as for

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Milk is not food allergy, A/B out
test for doing sth., awkward, D/E out

(A) to identify food allergies, such as
(B) to identify food allergies, like
(C) to identify food allergies, such as (food allergies) to
(D) for identifying food allergies, like that of
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quit123 wrote:
608. Researchers have questioned the use of costly and experimental diagnostic tests to identify food allergies, such as milk, that supposedly disrupt normal behavior.
(A) to identify food allergies, such as
(B) to identify food allergies, like
(C) to identify food allergies, such as to
(D) for identifying food allergies, like that of
(E) for identifying food allergies, such as for

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HI mates,

IMO C

D and E out: the use of somenthing to identify somthing is correct
B out: "such us" introduces specific examples.
A out: milk cannot be a food allergy

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