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Re: Alaska regularly deposits some of its profits from the sale [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2012, 03:15
I think the correct answer is C. Don't pick D as there is a "Ing " i.e exhausting.
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Re: Alaska regularly deposits some of its profits from the sale [#permalink] New post 21 Feb 2012, 03:19
Guys,

Ans is C.

A is wrong for ambigous "its". C is unambigously says what is intended in the main sentence.
One more reason for why A is wrong: read it as "Alaska does smth with the intention to sustain smth" - guys sorry but it is a completely perfect bullsh*t. Alaska is a piece of land.
Ask yourself can a piece of land have intentions??!
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Re: Alaska regularly deposits some of its profits from the sale [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2012, 16:49
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Ans is C.

A is wrong for ambigous "its". C is unambigously says what is intended in the main sentence.
One more reason for why A is wrong: read it as "Alaska does smth with the intention to sustain smth" - guys sorry but it is a completely perfect bullsh*t. Alaska is a piece of land.
Ask yourself can a piece of land have intentions??!


I agree. I'd say D is wrong because of the above reason. It has a meaning issue! Alaska can't exhaust its oil reserve.
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Re: Alaska regularly deposits some of its profits from the sale [#permalink] New post 24 Apr 2012, 01:20
A and D is wrong because of the unclear modifier "its"

Answer is C.
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