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While diabetes does not interfere with digestion

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While diabetes does not interfere with digestion, on the other hand, it does prevent the body from converting an important product of digestion, glucose, which is commonly known as sugar, into energy.

a. While diabetes does not interfere with digestion, on the other hand, it does prevent the body from
converting an important product of digestion, glucose, which is commonly known as sugar, into
energy.

b. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but it does prevent the body from using glucose, which
is commonly known as sugar, which is a product of digestion and which is converted into energy.

c. Commonly known as sugar, glucose is an important product of digestion, which is prevented from
being converted by the body into energy by diabetes, although diabetes does not interfere with
digestion.

d. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but it does prevent the body from converting an impor-
tant product of digestion, glucose (commonly known as sugar), into energy.

e. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but glucose (commonly known as sugar) is an impor-
tant product of digestion and is unable to be converted into energy by the body because of the
disease.
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[quote="dominicraj"]While diabetes does not interfere with digestion, on the other hand, it does prevent the body from converting an important product of digestion, glucose, which is commonly known as sugar, into energy.

a. While diabetes does not interfere with digestion, on the other hand, it does prevent the body from
converting an important product of digestion, glucose, which is commonly known as sugar, into
energy.---- while and on the other hand.... Redundancy. INCORRECT

b. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but it does prevent the body from using glucose, which
is commonly known as sugar, which is a product of digestion and which is converted into energy--- body from using... Meaning changed. Also wordy sentence. INCORRECT

c. Commonly known as sugar, glucose is an important product of digestion, which is prevented from
being converted by the body into energy by diabetes, although diabetes does not interfere with
digestion.---- digestion, which... Incorrect modification. INCORRECT

d. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but it does prevent the body from converting an impor-
tant product of digestion, glucose (commonly known as sugar), into energy.--- CORRECT

e. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but glucose (commonly known as sugar) is an impor-
tant product of digestion and is unable to be converted into energy by the body because of the
disease.---- does not maintain parallelism around but (different subjects)....INCORRECT


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It was between A and D for me. I chose A because I thought the use of brackets is not correct! Any thoughts!!
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It was between A and D for me. I chose A because I thought the use of brackets is not correct! Any thoughts!!


This is what the testmakers want you to think!

Just get your fundamentals strong. For example, if they were, you would eliminate A due to redundancy, as remarked above!

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dominicraj wrote:
While diabetes does not interfere with digestion, on the other hand, it does prevent the body from converting an important product of digestion, glucose, which is commonly known as sugar, into energy.


a. While diabetes does not interfere with digestion, on the other hand, it does prevent the body from converting an important product of digestion, glucose, which is commonly known as sugar, into energy.

The correct idiomatic expression is -

on the one hand...on the other hand........

b. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but it does prevent the body from using glucose, which is commonly known as sugar, which is a product of digestion and which is converted into energy. - Wordy and Awkward.

c. Commonly known as sugar, glucose is an important product of digestion, which is prevented from being converted by the body into energy by diabetes, although diabetes does not interfere with digestion. - Run On + Incorrect.

d. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but it does prevent the body from converting an important product of digestion, glucose (commonly known as sugar), into energy.

It - clearly refers to Diabetes

Prevent X from Y - Correct idiom used.

e. Diabetes does not interfere with digestion, but glucose (commonly known as sugar) is an important product of digestion and is unable to be converted into energy by the body because of the disease. - Incorrect.

Once again wonderfully explained by sagarsir
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