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# SC - Wealth of knowledge

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01 May 2009, 08:39
I'd go with A.

B. and is unncessary. I'd prefer having amassed a wealth of knowledge over the past 20 years than having amassed a wealth of knowledge about the brain

C. and is unncessary.

D & E. missing "are"
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01 May 2009, 11:44
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easy A.

D, E are out for not having a verb ('are' is required)
B, C out for having 'and' (remove the sentence inbetween commas and with remaining parts, you should be able to form a sentence.
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01 May 2009, 19:49
IMO A

All B, C, D and E have grammatical problem (missing verb to be)
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01 May 2009, 21:08
Only A is grammatically correct
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02 May 2009, 10:33
D and E, missing are
B and C, unnecessary and. IMO A

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