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New post 17 Sep 2017, 03:05
So whats the Answer to this one. I went with E.
The opening modifier should modify physicians rather than patients.
" Physicians help their patients grow to trust them" D makes no sense.
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New post 17 Sep 2017, 10:14
anindyat wrote:
Through careful examination, competent diagnosing and successful treatment, patients grow to trust their physicians.
(A) diagnosing and successful treatment, patients grow to trust their physicians
(B) diagnosis and treatment, if successful, lead patients to trust their physicians
(C) and successful diagnosing and treatment, physicians develop trust in their patients
(D) diagnosis and successful treatment, physicians help their patients grow to trust them
(E) diagnosis and successful treatment, physicians develop in their patients growing trust



My answer is B

(A) diagnosing and successful treatment, patients grow to trust their physicians - not parallel
(B) diagnosis and treatment, if successful, lead patients to trust their physicians -hold it
(C) and successful diagnosing and treatment, physicians develop trust in their patients -redundant patient develop trust not physician
(D) diagnosis and successful treatment, physicians help their patients grow to trust them -they don't help them they diagnose and treat them
(E) diagnosis and successful treatment, physicians develop in their patients growing trust- changes the meaning

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