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Some coral reefs are damaged to such a large degree that neither gover

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Some coral reefs are damaged to such a large degree that neither government protection nor public awareness can restore their previous splendor.



A) damaged to such a large degree that neither government protection nor public awareness

B) so damaged that neither government protection nor the awareness of the public

C) so damaged that neither government protection nor public awareness

D) so damaged that neither government protection or public awareness

E) damaged to a large enough degree that neither government protection nor public awareness
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New post 13 Mar 2018, 01:34
OA should be C. The rest are redundant and wordy. D is not parallel

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New post 13 Mar 2018, 01:40
This is so true. this has opened my eyes regarding the coral reefs
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New post 13 Mar 2018, 07:36
A) damaged to such a large degree that neither government protection nor public awareness
--are and dmanaged dont follow SV & tense rule

B) so damaged that neither government protection nor the awareness of the public
--awareness of public is not crrect and unidiomatic
C) so damaged that neither government protection nor public awareness
--correct one
D) so damaged that neither government protection or public awareness
--correct idiom is neither ..... nor, idiomatic error
E) damaged to a large enough degree that neither government protection nor public awareness
--error same as option A
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