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Among lower- paid workers, union members are less likely [#permalink] New post 21 Jan 2008, 01:34
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Among lower- paid workers, union members are less likely than non union members to be enrolled in lower- end insurance plans imposing stricter limits on medical services and requiring doctors to see more patients, and spend less time with each.

a) imposing stricter limits on medical services and requiring doctors to see more patients, and spend

b) imposing stricter limits on medical services , requiring doctors to see more patients, and spending

c) that impose stricter limits on medical services, require doctors to see more patients, and spend

d) that impose stricter limits on medical services and require doctors to see more patients, and spending

e) that impose stricter limits on medical services, requiring doctors to see more patients and spending







Guys, I got this question wrong by choosing E. However, the OA is D :( Can someone explain to me why?
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Re: SC: "imposing" vs "that impose" [#permalink] New post 22 Jan 2008, 13:08
I would have selected it to be D.

We need to select "that impose" rather than imposing to maintain the Subject verb agreement. You would select "requiring" with "imposing" and "require" with "impose".

I can understand the dilemma as at least 3 other answer choice has "requiring".

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Re: SC: "imposing" vs "that impose" [#permalink] New post 22 Jan 2008, 14:02
Discussed thousand times...you are missing some classic discussions

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Re: SC: "imposing" vs "that impose"   [#permalink] 22 Jan 2008, 14:02
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