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The food industry claims that artificial sweeteners used in combination enhance one another's sweetness and <that the availability of a variety of sweeteners makes less likely individual consumers who will exceed> the acceptable daily intake for any single sweetener.
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B. that with a variety of sweeteners available individual consumers will less likely exceed
C. that the availability of a variety of sweeteners makes it less likely that individual consumers will exceed.
D. the availability of various sweeteners make less likely individual consumers exceeding
C. it is less likely with various sweeteners available for individual consumers to exceed
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New post 15 Jul 2004, 03:27
ANS IS C

first THING TO NOTE HERE IS THE USE OF ''THAT'' it helps maintain the paralle constructio...

so B and C are in ...between B and C ..the later ( C) is better cos it is more clear and perfectly uses the ''THAT I ndividual Consumers will exceed ''

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Narrowed down to B and C using POE...

And chose C :)

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New post 15 Jul 2004, 08:31
1:05 , went with C. ( most parallel)

A "less likely" is modifying individuals , therefore wrong

B has "a variety of sweeteners available individual consumers" .There should have been a comma after available

D "less likely" is modifying individuals , therefore wrong

E "less likely with various sweeteners ", awkard and wrong
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B b/c it is more concise than C anb b/c I couldn't find any errors with it

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New post 15 Jul 2004, 12:14
between B and C, B sounds more clear to me..But I think I might be wrong ..

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B b/c it is more concise than C anb b/c I couldn't find any errors with it


B. that with a variety of sweeteners available individual consumers will less likely exceed

is available modifying sweeteners or individual customers ?

I think B is wrong.
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C should be it

that ... availability ... makes it less likely that individual consumers will exceed.

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