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by AJWILL » Wed Jul 25, 2012 2:39 am
Q)12. 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

[D] as to not make such a study practical

OA [spoiler]A but whats wrong with the other option??[/spoiler]


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by shovan85 » Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:08 am
Please post all the options - Helps others as well!

The sentence says that the study is not practical. However, D says the tornado not making the study practical.
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by simple_gmat » Wed Jul 25, 2012 6:34 am
AJWILL wrote:Q)12. 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

[D] as to not make such a study practical

OA [spoiler]A but whats wrong with the other option??[/spoiler]


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Whenever we use "Such X", X must be mentioned earlier part of the sentence.
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Different books on science fictions have been published in the book fair, and I have bought such books.
I am in confusion whether the sentence is correct.
Please post the full sentence and cite the source of the problem.
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by henryjejo » Thu Jul 26, 2012 10:41 pm
I would go for option A....Reason: Idiom "So X that Y".