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According to some economists, Japan is in danger of plunging

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According to some economists, Japan is in danger of plunging into a depression that, with double-digit unemployment, could severely strain a society that regards lifetime employment as a virtual right of citizenship.
(A) that, with double-digit unemployment, could severely strain
(B) that, because of double-digit unemployment, could be a severe strain for
(C) with double-digit unemployment, and it could severely strain
(D) with double-digit unemployment and could be a severe strain
(E) with double-digit unemployment and could severely strain
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28 Sep 2004, 12:50

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...Japan is in danger of plunging into a depression that [, with double-digit unemployment,] could severely strain a society that ...
is kay and grammatically correct.

whats the OA ?

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28 Sep 2004, 13:30
Paul,

As you underlined it for another questions, is it not to much to have two relative pronouns that in the same phrase ??

Could someone correct my POE ?

E "could severely" is related to Japan not no depression
D same as E
C "it" is unclear...
B causal phrase is not clear and linked to nothing (btw is there always a noun a causal phrase must be related to ?)
A correct
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28 Sep 2004, 13:33
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Japan is in danger of plunging into a depression that [, with double-digit unemployment,] could severely strain a society that

So that means every time a sentence is inside two commas, I can exclude that part and should then read the sentence. If the sentence then appears right,it is a possible correct answer.

I usually go by this approach but wanted be sure ...so am asking you guyz.

A for me.[/quote]
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28 Sep 2004, 13:36
If we substract the sentence inside commas Newkid, should we also consider B as a possible answer ?
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28 Sep 2004, 23:42
twixt wrote:
If we substract the sentence inside commas Newkid, should we also consider B as a possible answer ?
IMO, yes. A and B are final. A beats B in the meaning. B sounds like depression is causing a strain because of unemployement. Whereas the original meaning is "along with".

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So that means every time a sentence is inside two commas, I can exclude that part and should then read the sentence. If the sentence then appears right,it is a possible correct answer.
I usually go by this approach but wanted be sure ...so am asking you guyz.
Yes, for all relative clauses - which starts with who/that/which etc.

twixt wrote:
As you underlined it for another questions, is it not to much to have two relative pronouns that in the same phrase ??
Yes, the first that refers to depression and the second to society.
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29 Sep 2004, 00:14
Choice A for me also. I agree with hardworker's logic.
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03 Oct 2004, 03:05
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03 Oct 2004, 10:10
OA is A.
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