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The atmosphere of Mars, containing only traces of both oxygen, the gas

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The atmosphere of Mars, containing only traces of both oxygen, the gas essential for all living organisms, and also of water vapors, vapors that play an essential role in absorbing the radiated heat, is not considered aptly suitable to host human life.

A) also of water vapors, vapors that play an essential role in absorbing the radiated heat, is not considered aptly suitable to host

B) of water vapors, vapors that play an essential role to absorb the radiated heat, is not considered suitable to host

C) also water vapors, vapors that play an essential role by absorbing the radiated heat, is not considered aptly suitable for hosting

D) of water vapors, vapors that play an essential role to absorb the radiated heat, is not considered aptly suitable for hosting

E) water vapors, vapors that play an essential role in absorbing the radiated heat, is not considered suitable to host
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Re: The atmosphere of Mars, containing only traces of both oxygen, the gas  [#permalink]

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idiom is "both A and B". In "both A and also B", "also" is redundant.


A) also of water vapors, vapors that play an essential role in absorbing the radiated heat, is not considered aptly suitable to host
"of water vapors" not parallel

B) of water vapors, vapors that play an essential role to absorb the radiated heat, is not considered suitable to host
same as A

C) also water vapors, vapors that play an essential role by absorbing the radiated heat, is not considered aptly suitable for hosting
the correct usage here will be "suitable to".
Both "suitable to" and "suitable for" are correct. However, after "for" a noun is preferred. Some examples

-The hotel room should be suitable for you.
-I tried to make my speech suitable for the audience.
-The photograph is suitable for framing.

But:

-The hotel room should be suitable to your needs.
-I tried to make my speech suitable to the occasion.
-The photograph is suitable to be framed.


D) of water vapors, vapors that play an essential role to absorb the radiated heat, is not considered aptly suitable for hosting
same error as in A

E) water vapors, vapors that play an essential role in absorbing the radiated heat, is not considered suitable to host
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Re: The atmosphere of Mars, containing only traces of both oxygen, the gas   [#permalink] 14 Oct 2019, 18:14
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