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# Unable to come up with a definitive diagnosis, one physician suggested

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Unable to come up with a definitive diagnosis, one physician suggested  [#permalink]

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Updated on: 15 Sep 2018, 02:57
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Unable to come up with a definitive diagnosis, one physician suggested that a rare African virus may have caused the low-grade fever, the difficulty swallowing, his body to shake violently, and the darkening of his fingernail beds.

A. his body to shake violently
B. the violent shaking of his body
C. shake the body violently
D. his body shaking violently
E. a body that shook violently

Originally posted by parijit on 14 Sep 2018, 20:36.
Last edited by Bunuel on 15 Sep 2018, 02:57, edited 1 time in total.
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14 Sep 2018, 20:59
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+1 for B

Parallelism error in A, C and E.

List in the sentence:
Swallowing, Shaking/shake/shook, darkening.

Shaking is correct. Hence, eliminate A,C,E

Between B and D.
In B, the violent Shaking of his body is parallel to the last element of the list the darkening of his finger nails. Not the case in D. Hence, eliminate D

B is our Answer

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Re: Unable to come up with a definitive diagnosis, one physician suggested   [#permalink] 14 Sep 2018, 20:59
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