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Slips of the tongue do not necessarily reveal concealed

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Slips of the tongue do not necessarily reveal concealed [#permalink]

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18 Jun 2009, 12:10
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Slips of the tongue do not necessarily reveal concealed beliefs or intentions but rather are the result from the competition between various processing mechanisms in the brain.
(A) but rather are the result from
(B) and instead are the result from
(C) being rather the result of
(D) and rather result from
(E) but rather result from

Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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18 Jun 2009, 13:35
icandy wrote:
urchin wrote:
Slips of the tongue do not necessarily reveal concealed beliefs or intentions but rather are the result from the competition between various processing mechanisms in the brain.
(A) but rather are the result from
(B) and instead are the result from
(C) being rather the result of
(D) and rather result from
(E) but rather result from

Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Not requires but. Hence down to A & E

X is a result of Y is correct.

X is/are result from Y is wrong

Hence E
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18 Jun 2009, 22:00
'but rather' is required for contrast. (and instead not seems correct)

E is more concise than A. Hence E.
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19 Jun 2009, 09:35
but rather - is the right way to contrast.. 'E' does it correctly

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