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The extruding stomach of sea stars, whose diet consists

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The extruding stomach of sea stars, whose diet consists mainly of bivalves, thrusts through an opening of only 1/1000 of an inch to work its way inside the bivalve’s shell.


a) The extruding stomach of sea stars, whose diet consists mainly of bivalves,

b) The sea star’s extruding stomach, whose diet is mainly bivalves,

c) Sea stars, whose diet is mainly bivalves, have extruding stomachs, which

d) A sea star’s extruding stomach, whose diet is mainly bivalves,

e) The sea star, whose diet consists mainly of bivalves, has an extruding stomach that

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New post 20 Nov 2004, 20:22
I'd go with E.

B,C,D use "diet is". I beleive it should be "consist mainly of"

Moreover A,B and D sound like the stomach has the diet of mainly bivalves, while its is really the sea stars' diet.

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New post 21 Nov 2004, 07:28
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The extruding stomach of sea stars, whose diet consists mainly of bivalves, thrusts through an opening of only 1/1000 of an inch to work its way inside the bivalve’s shell.


a) The extruding stomach of sea stars, whose diet consists mainly of bivalves,

b) The sea star’s extruding stomach, whose diet is mainly bivalves,

c) Sea stars, whose diet is mainly bivalves, have extruding stomachs, which

d) A sea star’s extruding stomach, whose diet is mainly bivalves,

e) The sea star, whose diet consists mainly of bivalves, has an extruding stomach that



"Whose" refers to "Sea Stars"... So, A, B, and D are out
C is wordy

I vote for E
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New post 21 Nov 2004, 14:14
I am kinda Confuse between A/E. I guess i will go for A. because in E "has an" dosent sound rt to me.

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OA is E

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