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A group of students who have begun to clean up Frederick Law [#permalink]
05 Oct 2006, 21:57
60% (01:27) correct
40% (00:32) wrong based on 5 sessions
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A group of students who have begun to clean up Frederick Law Olmsted's Morningside Park in Newyork City believes that the park needs not to be redesigned but to be returned to its former condition.
a) believes that the park needs not to be redesigned but to
b) believe that the park needs to not be redesigned but to
c) believes that the park needs not to be redesigned but could
d) believe that the park needs to be not redesigned but to
e) believe that the park needs not to be redesigned but that it
I agree with OG as "A" but not because it is right but because it is least wrong From answer choices it is obvious subject verb agreement type question Sentence begins with "A group of students who have" so I think even though we are talking about a group we are not treating it as singular. So shouldn't the sentence use has instead have ?
I had to go for A because of parallel constructions "not to be X but to be Y"
Re: SC - A Group of Students
22 Dec 2010, 16:56