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Sentence Correction: Preposition and Idiom Questions - Overview

In the first clinical program of its kind since the 70s, psychedelic substances are being tested by scientists for their ability to help patients come to terms with terminal illnesses.

This answer choice is stylistically flawed. Using the passive form (are being tested) creates redundancy. Since there is another grammatically correct answer choice that does not use the passive form, it is preferable to this one.

Although this answer choice eliminates the original Stylistic error by changing the sentence from passive to active, it is grammatically flawed because it uses the incorrect preposition of after come to terms.

Although this answer choice eliminates the original Stylistic error by changing the sentence from passive to active, it is grammatically flawed because it uses the incorrect preposition as after come to terms.

Although this answer choice eliminates the original Stylistic error by changing the sentence from passive to active, it is not the most concise of the answer choices and creates Redundancy by using the unnecessary phrase in the process of.

Yes!

This answer choice eliminates the original Stylistic error by changing the sentence from passive to active.

In the first clinical program of its kind since the 70s, psychedelic substances are being tested by scientists for their ability to help patients come to terms with terminal illnesses
In the first clinical program of its kind since the 70s, scientists are testing psychedelic substances for their ability to help patients come to terms with terminal illnesses
Scientists are testing psychedelic substances for their ability to help patients come to terms of terminal illnesses, in the first clinical program of its kind since the 70s
In the first clinical program of its kind since the 70s, scientists are testing psychedelic substances for their ability to help patients come to terms as terminal illnesses
In the first clinical program of its kind since the 70s, scientists are in the process of testing psychedelic substances for their ability to help patients come to terms with terminal illnesses