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A recent study found that casual, unregulated fishermen are

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A recent study found that casual, unregulated fishermen are [#permalink] New post 11 Jun 2012, 20:57
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A recent study found that casual, unregulated fishermen are catching a substantial number of overfished species, and even "catch-and-release" fishermen contribute to the problem since released fish are often stunned from the sudden cutoff of oxygen and thus, become easy prey after their release.

A. substantial number of overfished species, and
B. substantial number of overfished species, and then
C. substantial number of overfished species, and that
D. majority of overfished species, as
E. majority of overfished species, and that
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Re: A recent study found that casual, unregulated fishermen are [#permalink] New post 11 Jun 2012, 21:41
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This centers on the parallel use of the connector word that in a two part sentence.

found that casual, unregulated bla, bla…… and that even – Only C and E exhibit this phenomenon; E is wrong for using the inappropriate word majority, which is very different from substantial
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Re: A recent study found that casual, unregulated fishermen are [#permalink] New post 12 Jun 2012, 03:14
IMO C because of parallelism and e can be rejected because of the use of Majority.
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Re: A recent study found that casual, unregulated fishermen are   [#permalink] 12 Jun 2012, 03:14
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