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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

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New post 24 Nov 2018, 18:02
E. Here, we need contrast which is brought by usage of but. So, option B and D can be eliminated. Being is not correct in option C.

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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

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It's all about parallelism & idiomatic usage of not X but (rather) Y, in which X and Y must be parallel. Therefore, B, C & D are easily eliminated.
A suggests auxiliary be verb after but, while we need a verb in simple present, something that is best provided by option E.
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Choices A and B are incorrect because are the result from is unidiomatic; result from or are the result of are the idiomatic forms.

Choices B, C, and D are faulty because but is needed to complete the construct ion do not reveal but ( verb ) .

Choice E is the best answer.
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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

it is not X but rather Y construction.

A - it looks like not reveal but rather are (which is auxialary verb) - incorrect

B - some shift should be there

C- being - incorrect usage

D - and- wrong usage

E - perfect as per our prethink - correct

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Project SC Butler: Day 18: Sentence Correction (SC1)


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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

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(A) but rather are the result from - incorrect

(B) and instead are the result from- incorrect idiom

(C) being rather the result of - incorrect idiom

(D) and rather result from - incorrect idiom

(E) but rather result from - correct idiom
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New post 14 Jan 2019, 23:07
Hi sudarshan22 GMATNinja GMATNinjaTwo

I successfully eliminated B, C, & D.

Was confused between A and E and opted for E as felt that "are" in option A is not correct because of Singular Plural error with "Slips of the tongue".

Not sure if the way I got answer is correct could you please advise.
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