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An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of new office buildings; so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that investors regularly scour the country for areas in which to build.

(A) so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that
(B) capital has been so abundant for commercial real estate, so that
(C) the abundance of capital for commercial real estate has been such,
(D) such has the abundance of capital been for commercial real estate that
(E) such has been an abundance of capital for commercial real estate,
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Last edited by Engr2012 on 20 Aug 2015, 03:31, edited 2 times in total.
Edited the topic, formatted the question, added the OA and moved to SC forum
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2007, 09:48
wrong section my friend. You want to post this in the Verbal area.

I'd choose C myself though :-D
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2007, 11:37
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Guys, please help me in solving the following SC.

An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of new office buildings; so abundant has
capital been for commercial real estate that investors regularly scour the country for areas in which to build.

(A) so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that
(B) capital has been so abundant for commercial real estate, so that
(C) the abundance of capital for commercial real estate has been such,
(D) such has the abundance of capital been for commercial real estate that
(E) such has been an abundance of capital for commercial real estate,


I pick A

The origininal sentence can be re-constructed as:

"An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of new office buildings; capital for commercial real estate has been so abundant that investors regularly scour the country for areas in which to build"

I think A is the best choice

B. so ..., so that makes the sentence fragmented
C. it's wordy. the comma after such makes the sentence fragmented
D. it's wordy
E. run-on sentence
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2007, 12:58
its_vishalsinha wrote:
Guys, please help me in solving the following SC.

An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of new office buildings; so abundant has
capital been for commercial real estate that investors regularly scour the country for areas in which to build.

(A) so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that
(B) capital has been so abundant for commercial real estate, so that
(C) the abundance of capital for commercial real estate has been such,
(D) such has the abundance of capital been for commercial real estate that
(E) such has been an abundance of capital for commercial real estate,


C should be correct here.
Please underline the questions ..
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2007, 13:03
The OA is 'A'... unable to grasp the reasoning behind it...
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2007, 18:54
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The OA is 'A'... unable to grasp the reasoning behind it...


In a normal written English, the sentence should have been (as I quoted earlier) like this: "An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of new office buildings; the capital for commercial real estate has been so abundant that investors regularly scour the country for areas in which to build."

However, GMAT altered the perfectly fine sentence to something appearing to be incorrect but is actually gramatically correct.

For example, one can say,"I would go home" or "Home I would go" are two perfectly correct sentences that has the same meaning.
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 10 Dec 2007, 00:39
If that comma in C is not a typo, it is def. not the answer.

I would have answered A, mainly because C with the comma must be wrong and the other options are so bad. A is still not a great way to state it.
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2011, 10:05
IMO it should be A
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 10 Aug 2011, 19:47
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Guys, please help me in solving the following SC.

An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of new office buildings; so abundant has
capital been for commercial real estate that investors regularly scour the country for areas in which to build.

(A) so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that
(B) capital has been so abundant for commercial real estate, so that
(C) the abundance of capital for commercial real estate has been such,
(D) such has the abundance of capital been for commercial real estate that
(E) such has been an abundance of capital for commercial real estate,



idiom so x that y.. only A.
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 26 Aug 2011, 16:45
good one. it's b/w A and C. C lacks 'that'. went w/ A.
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 27 Aug 2011, 12:54
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its_vishalsinha wrote:
Guys, please help me in solving the following SC.

An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of new office buildings; so abundant has
capital been for commercial real estate that investors regularly scour the country for areas in which to build.

(A) so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that
(B) capital has been so abundant for commercial real estate, so that
(C) the abundance of capital for commercial real estate has been such,
(D) such has the abundance of capital been for commercial real estate that
(E) such has been an abundance of capital for commercial real estate,



idiom so x that y.. only A.


Just wanted to point out that this is a good example of an idiomatic structure that isn't common on everyday speaking--but is definitely something you'll see on the GMAT. So just make a mental note of this structure "so [x]...that...[y]"

(A) it is! And if you were comfortable enough with identifying this idiomatic structure, you could have confidently picked (A) without reading too much into any of the other answer choices! This would save you precious seconds so you can focus more on the RC/CR questions with your time.
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2011, 08:55
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its_vishalsinha wrote:
Guys, please help me in solving the following SC.

An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of new office buildings; so abundant has
capital been for commercial real estate that investors regularly scour the country for areas in which to build.

(A) so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that
(B) capital has been so abundant for commercial real estate, so that
(C) the abundance of capital for commercial real estate has been such,
(D) such has the abundance of capital been for commercial real estate that
(E) such has been an abundance of capital for commercial real estate,



idiom so x that y.. only A.


Just wanted to point out that this is a good example of an idiomatic structure that isn't common on everyday speaking--but is definitely something you'll see on the GMAT. So just make a mental note of this structure "so [x]...that...[y]"

(A) it is! And if you were comfortable enough with identifying this idiomatic structure, you could have confidently picked (A) without reading too much into any of the other answer choices! This would save you precious seconds so you can focus more on the RC/CR questions with your time.



D also seeems to have a correct idiomatic usage..what then is incorrect in D?
I chose D :(
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2015, 20:24
Can anyone help me figure out how to eliminate D?
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Re: An array of tax incentives has led to a boom in the construction of ne [#permalink] New post 20 Aug 2015, 03:33
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Can anyone help me figure out how to eliminate D?


Compared to A, D is wordy. Also, the way it is worded, option D puts more emphasis on "abundance of capital" than on actual capital as option A correctly does.
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