GMAT Practice Question Set #17 (Question 49-51)

Sentence Correction Question #49: Drooping Leaves  
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By absorbing the nutrition from the new leaves of the margosa tree, root growth is hampered by the agelbop, causing the edge of leaves to weaken from stiff to loose and droop down earlier than usual.

(A)

root growth is hampered by the agelbop, causing the edge of leaves to weaken from stiff to loose and droop down

(B)

root growth is hampered by the woolly agelbop, and this causes the edge of leaves points to weaken from stiff to loose , and their drooping down

(C)

the woolly agelbop hampered root growth, which causes the edge of leaves to weaken from stiff to loose, and drooping down

(D)

the woolly agelbop hampered root growth, causing the edge of leaves to weaken from stiff to loose and to droop down

(E)

the woolly agelbop hampered root growth, and this causes the edge of leaves to weaken from stiff to loose, and their drooping down

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