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19. The growing demand for housing, traffic congestion, and

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19. The growing demand for housing, traffic congestion, and [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2004, 00:50
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19. The growing demand for housing, traffic congestion,
and longer commuting trips has
all but eliminated
the cost advantage of owning a house in many rural
communities.

(A) The growing demand for housing, traffic
congestion, and longer commuting trips has
(B) Traffic congestion, the growing demand for
housing, and longer commuting trips has
(C) Longer commuting trips, traffic congestion, and
the growing demand for housing has
(D) Traffic congestion, longer commuting trips, and
the growing demand for housing have
(E) The growing demand for housing, as well as
traffic congestion and longer commuting
trips, have
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2004, 09:05
D here too. All the other choices have one or more errors.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2004, 10:10
Hmmm.... between C & D... Think I'll choose C.

In a list, the growing demand is singular so don't we need has instead of have???
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Apr 2004, 00:07
the subject is plural as we are talking about 3 things "yoddy...yoddy,and yoddy", hence we have to use plural verb "have"

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Re: 19. The growing demand for housing, traffic congestion, and [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2014, 23:52
why is option E wrong? Please explain
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