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228. Corporations will soon be required to report to the government whether they have the necessary reserves to pay the pension benefits earned by their employees and that the information be published in annual reports to shareholders.

(A) earned by their employees and that the information be published
(B) that their employees earned and that the information be published
(C) that was earned by their employees with the information being published
(D) earned by their employees, information that must also be published
(E) earned by their employees and published the information
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2007, 11:14
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B- "that their employees earned" -wordy. It could be simply "earned".
C-"was" should have been "were" (benefits)
D-"information that must also be published" -order of the words is flawed.
E-"published the information" is not supported by the context. Past simple is not correct here.
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Re: SC- Information [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2007, 11:47
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228. Corporations will soon be required to report to the government whether they have the necessary reserves to pay the pension benefits earned by their employees and that the information be published in annual reports to shareholders.

(A) earned by their employees and that the information be published
(B) that their employees earned and that the information be published
(C) that was earned by their employees with the information being published
(D) earned by their employees, information that must also be published
(E) earned by their employees and published the information


A. not parallel.
B. changes the meaning
C. passive, being, and too long.
D. the whole clause is modified by the phrase.
E. published?

So go with D.
Re: SC- Information   [#permalink] 11 Jul 2007, 11:47
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