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New post 26 Dec 2018, 04:02
Ambiguity of "It" "saying" and "researchers "which is not there in the original sentence.

I guess this is a very poor question.

Experts kindly help. I eliminated C and chose B.
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How are these two the same?

"In a recently conducted study, Harvard Scientists ..." and

"In a recently conducted study by Harvard scientists, ..."

The first can refer a scenario that a study is done by many scientists, but Harvard scientists did something special.

The second refers a scenario that study is only done by Harvard scientists.

Am I wrong here?
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