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A group of students who have begun to clean up Frederick Law

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A group of students who have begun to clean up Frederick Law [#permalink] New post 28 Nov 2008, 22:32
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A group of students who have begun to clean up Frederick Law Olmstead's Morning Park
in New York City believes that the park needs not to be redesigned but to be returned
to its former condition
1)believes that the park needs not to be redesigned but to
2)believe that the park needs to not be redesigned but to
3)believes that the park needs not to be redesigned but could
4)believe that the park needs not to be redesigned but to
5)believe that the park needs not to be redesigned but that it
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Re: SC - Group of students [#permalink] New post 29 Nov 2008, 01:35
IMO, (2).
// ism is an issue here.

Compare:
1) A group of students believe(s) that the park needs not to be redesigned but (needs not) to be returned
to its former condition.

2) A group of students believe(s) that the park needs to not be redesigned but (needs) to be returned
to its former condition.

Students want the park to be returned to its former condition! ( 2) is a winner, I guess.
GROUP + sing/plural - both are grammatically correct.
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Re: SC - Group of students [#permalink] New post 29 Nov 2008, 02:23
A

'a group' is singular, 'the group' - plural, so B,D - Out
Among A,C,E the first is the most parralel and grammatical correct

UMB, how can be 2) (B) a winner, if it contains 'believe' and 'to its condition' in the one sentence?
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Re: SC - Group of students [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2008, 13:17
atletikos wrote:
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'a group' is singular, 'the group' - plural, so B,D - Out
Among A,C,E the first is the most parralel and grammatical correct

UMB, how can be 2) (B) a winner, if it contains 'believe' and 'to its condition' in the one sentence?



" to its condition" is about PARK not about GROUP. I still belive that B is a winner.
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Re: SC - Group of students [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2008, 19:19
UMB wrote:
IMO, (2).
// ism is an issue here.

Compare:
1) A group of students believe(s) that the park needs not to be redesigned but (needs not) to be returned
to its former condition.

2) A group of students believe(s) that the park needs to not be redesigned but (needs) to be returned
to its former condition.

Students want the park to be returned to its former condition! ( 2) is a winner, I guess.
GROUP + sing/plural - both are grammatically correct.


I think the first sounds better, the second awkward.
needs not to be...
needs to Not be...
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Re: SC - Group of students [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2008, 23:17
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agree with atletikos with S/V

B/w A and C ,
C doesn't follow parellism Not X but Y

not to be redesigned but to be
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Re: SC - Group of students [#permalink] New post 06 Dec 2008, 04:18
1.

Group is collective noun and requires "believes" and 2,4,5 are out.

Among 1 and 3, 1 is best as 3 violates parallelism.
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Re: SC - Group of students [#permalink] New post 06 Dec 2008, 13:04
I am agree with A....because of A group so B, D and E are out and in A and C, A is the best cause of S/V and ||ism. However I am bit confused in A group of students who have begun, if A group is singular then why have and why not has?
Re: SC - Group of students   [#permalink] 06 Dec 2008, 13:04
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