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45. Studies conducted at Excelmine lab to explore how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and attracted the attention of several other major research centers.
A. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and attracted the attention
B. whether plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with one another or not, without having to move around each other, have yielded results of interest and attracted the attention
C. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another or not, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and have attracted the attention
D. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with one another, without having to move around each other, have yielded interesting results and attracted the attention
E. whether plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, have yielded results of interest and have attracted the attention

Dont have Oas. Please discuss

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45. Studies conducted at Excelmine lab to explore how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and attracted the attention of several other major research centers.
A. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and attracted the attention
B. whether plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with one another or not, without having to move around each other, have yielded results of interest and attracted the attention
C. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another or not, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and have attracted the attention
D. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with one another, without having to move around each other, have yielded interesting results and attracted the attention
E. whether plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, have yielded results of interest and have attracted the attention

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Studies - Plural subject needs to be "have" than "has". So elimanate A and C

Among B ,D and E. i go for D.

i prefer "how" to "whether" and interesting results is more idiomatic than " results of interest"
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studies shud be followed by have rather than has...

and whether is not ideal as the situation doesnt provide choices..

IMHO, answer shud be D
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New post 03 Jun 2009, 12:18
should be D

studies---> have
each --->other
one ----> another
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D

whether changes the meaning -- we are looking at how particles interact not if they interact. after this, just look for "have" and parallelism between two clauses in the last two sentences, which yields D.

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