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As litigation grows more complex, the need that experts explain technical issues becomes more apparent.
(A) that experts explain technical issues becomes
(B) for experts to explain technical issues became
(C) for experts to explain technical issues becomes
(D) that technical issues be explained by experts became
(E) that there be explanations of technical issues by experts has become

Please explain why other choices are wrong..
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Subjunctive.
(D) that technical issues be explained by experts became
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New post 10 Mar 2005, 23:01
between A and C, I would choose C

in D, became puts the clause in past tense (not required)
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C. Will explain later when I get home. I need to clear some of my work now. :oops:
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For me, both A & C are correct. Looking a GMAT logic, I would have picked c
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New post 11 Mar 2005, 05:33
C) the idom is "the need for sth."

B) and D) are out because past tense "became" is wrong

D) and E) are out because of passive voice

A) D) and E) also use the the wrong idom, because when "need" is noun it should be "the need for"
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As litigation grows more complex, the need that experts explain technical issues becomes more apparent.
(A) that experts explain technical issues becomes
(B) for experts to explain technical issues became
(C) for experts to explain technical issues becomes
(D) that technical issues be explained by experts became
(E) that there be explanations of technical issues by experts has become

Please explain why other choices are wrong..


B D E wrong because NEED needs becomes))
A is unidiomatic
so C is clear and concise
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Is it Only Idiom that plays the role to identify between (A) and (C)? or is there something else I am missing?? :roll:
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New post 11 Mar 2005, 18:56
Idiom: The need for somebody to act something.

go with C.

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New post 11 Mar 2005, 21:33
Subject of the main sentence is "the need" singular, and simple present tense fits best for this sentence. On this ocassion the only choice having "becomes" is C. I would go with C.
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Could anybody explain what's wrong with A?
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New post 19 Jul 2010, 09:53
With option (A), I had to read the sentence 2-3 times to understand its meaning.

I think "the need for experts to explain technical issues becomes more apparent" is better than "the need that experts explain technical issues becomes more apparent"
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need for...to... is the right idiom usage in B.
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