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Unlike a hurricane, which can be observed from within, a tornado is so small that such a study has not been practical.

(A) that such a study has not been practical
(B) that studying it that way has not been impractical
© for such studies as this to have been impractical
(D) as to not make such a study practical
(E) as to be impractical of study



Hi guys. This question was posted before, but i cannot understand what's wrong with E.... "Unlike a hurricane, .... , a tornado is so small as to be impractical of study" seems good to me :? .... help pls... Thanks
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Hi vprabhala,

thanks for the link, i saw it, but still i cannot understand what's wrong specifically with E


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split infinitive?
i believe 'to not make' is incorrect...
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Unlike a hurricane, which can be observed from within, a tornado is so small [u]that such a study has not been practical[/u].

(A) that such a study has not been practical
(B) that studying it that way has not been impractical
(C) for such studies as this to have been impractical
(D) as to not make such a study practical
(E) as to be impractical of study



Hi Guys,
why E is wring ?
"which...within " is a modifier, so if i remove it.. what does such refer to in A ??
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Unlike a hurricane, which can be observed from within, a tornado is so small that such a study has not been practical.

(A) that such a study has not been practical
(B) that studying it that way has not been impractical
© for such studies as this to have been impractical
(D) as to not make such a study practical
(E) as to be impractical of study


What's the OA for this one? Is it A or D?
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Is it A? :/

Looks like "so small that" is correct. Can anyone please confirm?

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Is it A? :/

Looks like "so small that" is correct. Can anyone please confirm?

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Agree but we need some OA's here!!

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OA is D

i am stuck between A and D . please explain why A is wrong ?
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baaniNitin wrote:
OA is D

i am stuck between A and D . please explain why A is wrong ?


'A' is correct.. So .. That.. idiom usage..
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sowragu wrote:
baaniNitin wrote:
OA is D

i am stuck between A and D . please explain why A is wrong ?


'A' is correct.. So .. That.. idiom usage..

So as to is also idiom

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