English Lesson Two - Grammar Exercise #2 Exercise 14-3 1....

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-1Grammar Exercise #2 Exercise 14-3 1. Correct 2. Women, who have entered many fields of science in large numbers since the 1970s, now hold numerous low-level and mid-level jobs. 3. Even the most gifted women scientists cannot grasp attaining the highest achievements and awards. 4. Suddenly realized, were major advances by women, when the announcement of the newly elected members of the prestigious National Academy of Sciences was made in 2003. 5. A larger number than ever before, seventeen women were among the seventy-two new members in 2003. 6. Important scientific discoveries are the major decisive factor for selecting new members. 7. Dr. Carol Grieder of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine was an obvious choice of membership, after having discovered the relationship between telomeres (the tips of chromosomes) and aging. 8. Correct 9. Dr. Jeanne Altmann was recognized by the Academy to make the study of primates less subjective and more scientifically organized. 10. An increasingly greater membership for women in the National Academy of Sciences
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English Lesson Two - Grammar Exercise #2 Exercise 14-3 1....

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