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Trekking in Upper north-eastern Himalayas is dangerous for reasons

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Trekking in Upper north-eastern Himalayas is dangerous for reasons ranging from tough terrain to the absence of regulations to protect visitors and a serious lack of information about various routes.

A. to the absence of regulations to protect visitors and a serious lack of information about various routes
B. to the absence of regulations to protect visitors and seriously lacking information about various routes
C. and the absence of regulations to protect visitors and a serious lack of information about various routes
D. and the absence of regulations to protect visitors to a serious lack of information about various routes
E. to the absence of regulations to protect visitors and to the serious lack of information about various routes
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New post 28 Dec 2017, 12:53
From X to Y is the correct idiom.
Eliminate C, D

In B, seriously lacking is non sensical.

E is not idiomatic - and to serious lack...

Imo A



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Trekking in Upper north-eastern Himalayas is dangerous for reasons ranging from tough terrain to the absence of regulations to protect visitors and a serious lack of information about various routes.

A. to the absence of regulations to protect visitors and a serious lack of information about various routes
Correct --> Ranging from X to Y is the correct idiomatic expression as well as elements of Y i.e the absence of...and a serious lack of... are parallel

B. to the absence of regulations to protect visitors and seriously lacking information about various routes
Incorrect --> Ranging from X to Y is correctly used, but elements of Y ie the absence...and seriously lacking ... are not parallel to each other.

C. and the absence of regulations to protect visitors and a serious lack of information about various routes
Incorrect --> incorrect idiom

D. and the absence of regulations to protect visitors to a serious lack of information about various routes
Incorrect --> incorrect idiom

E. to the absence of regulations to protect visitors and to the serious lack of information about various routes
Incorrect --> Ranging from X to Y is correctly used, but elements of Y ie the absence...and to the serious lack ... are not parallel to each other



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