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# Responding to the public’s fascination with

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12 Jul 2018, 16:23
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Responding to the public’s fascination with—and sometimes undue alarm over—possible threats from asteroids, a scale developed by astronomers rates the likelihood that a particular asteroid or comet may collide with Earth.

A)a scale developed by astronomers rates the likelihood that a particular asteroid or comet may

B)a scale that astronomers have developed rates how likely it is for a particular asteroid or comet to

C)astronomers have developed a scale to rate how likely a particular asteroid or comet will be to

D)astronomers have developed a scale for rating the likelihood that a particular asteroid or comet will

E)astronomers have developed a scale that rates the likelihood of a particular asteroid or comet that may

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12 Jul 2018, 17:05
D it is.
A and B are out because of modifier issue.
C is awakward to me. Between D and E, E is reductant because likelihood and may. So it has to be D

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12 Jul 2018, 21:00
Manas1212 wrote:
Responding to the public’s fascination with—and sometimes undue alarm over—possible threats from asteroids, a scale developed by astronomers rates the likelihood that a particular asteroid or comet may collide with Earth.

A)a scale developed by astronomers rates the likelihood that a particular asteroid or comet may

B)a scale that astronomers have developed rates how likely it is for a particular asteroid or comet to

C)astronomers have developed a scale to rate how likely a particular asteroid or comet will be to

D)astronomers have developed a scale for rating the likelihood that a particular asteroid or comet will

E)astronomers have developed a scale that rates the likelihood of a particular asteroid or comet that may

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