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06 Jun 2007, 00:08
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06 Jun 2007, 00:26
"it" in "it could strike ..." is not needed since the asteroid is the subject, not "it". remove the first clause and reconstruct the sentence.

b omits "that", should be "that could", so worng answer
c is the best choice
d changes meaning
e is awkward

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06 Jun 2007, 00:41
C - best choice.

A - 'it' unnecessary
B - could possibly - wordy
other explanation holds as above.

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06 Jun 2007, 04:40
B, D & E - Eliminate - Use of "might", "possibly"

Left A & C - I think A is a much better choice as C seems to be fragmented.

What is the OA?

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07 Jun 2007, 06:16
OA is C

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07 Jun 2007, 10:03
I chose B and when you mentioned OA is C, I sent the question to Veritas support who advised that the answer should be B.

Where did you get this question? Which book?

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07 Jun 2007, 10:03
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