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The visiting pharmacologists concluded that the
present amalgam of Chinese and Western medicine
is probably as good, or better than, any system that
might be devised for the patients who are
treated at
the Nan Kai hospital in Tian-jing.

(A) as good, or better than, any system that might
be devised for the patients who are
(B) as good, or better, than any system that might
be devised for patients being
(C) as good, or better than, any system that might
be devised for patients which are being
(D) good as, or even better than, any other system
that may be devised for the patients who are
(E) as good as, or better than, any other system
that might be devised for the patients
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New post 16 Feb 2006, 17:39
E ..

we need "any other system" not "any system".

also in D the idiom is not complete it need one more "as" at the begining....
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New post 16 Feb 2006, 18:27
D. I belive there would be an "as" in front of good in the original question.

E. Tense conflict. the suggestion "might be" is in the future.
"Patients treated" is in the past tense.
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New post 16 Feb 2006, 18:44
I would go with E. Don't think there is any conflict for tense. Might suggests a possibility in the past.

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E.. as good as .. also it should be any other system.
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New post 17 Feb 2006, 01:31
E it is.

we need "as good as" and "any other system"
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OA is E.

we need: as good as and any other system. The only correct choice is E.
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