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American Heart Association researchers have calculated that

American Heart Association researchers have calculated that **one person in the United States should experience a coronary event every 26 seconds**.
A. one person in the United States should experience a coronary event every 26 seconds
B. a person in the United States should experience a coronary event once in every 26 seconds
C. a coronary event will strike one person in the United States once in every 26 seconds
D. every 26 seconds a person in the United States will experience a coronary event
E. every 26 seconds a person in the United States should experience a coronary event

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answered Jun 11, 2016 by (-1 points)
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Should kills A, B, and E. Pl discuss why is C wrong? Somehow a coronary event striking doesn't make sense to me. It is like saying "the sound is able to he heard by players" which doesn't make sense at all.
answered Jun 11, 2016 by Beginner (13 points)
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Bofua Bruno & Mukesh Kumar - Think again. The use of "should" implies that one person in the US ought to experience a coronary event every 26 seconds, as though the person
deserves it. And not only that it nonsensically implies that any one person could continue indefinitely to have such frequent heart attacks.
answered Jun 11, 2016 by Senior Associate (437 points)
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Should kills A, B, and E. Pl discuss why is C wrong? Somehow a coronary event striking doesn't make sense to me. It is like saying "the sound is able to he heard by players" which doesn't make sense at all.
answered Jun 10, 2016 by Beginner (13 points)
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Bofua Bruno & Mukesh Kumar - Think again. The use of "should" implies that one person in the US ought to experience a coronary event every 26 seconds, as though the person
deserves it. And not only that it nonsensically implies that any one person could continue indefinitely to have such frequent heart attacks.
answered Jun 10, 2016 by Beginner (1 point)
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