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On page number 134, in practice test 2
Question number 11
It is well known that if the south had used better military tactics, they could have won the war with the north.

a) had used better military tactics, they could had won
b) have used better military tactics, they could have won
c) could have used better military tactics, they could have won
d) had the South used better military tactics, they could win
e) had the South used better military tactics, they could have won

Here the word "the south" should also be underlined as it confuses about the actual sentence to correct.
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Re: Correction suggested for the GMAT club grammar book [#permalink] New post 20 May 2011, 11:33
atulmogha wrote:
On page number 134, in practice test 2
Question number 11
It is well known that if the south had used better military tactics, they could have won the war with the north.

a) had used better military tactics, they could had won
b) have used better military tactics, they could have won
c) could have used better military tactics, they could have won
d) had the South used better military tactics, they could win
e) had the South used better military tactics, they could have won

Here the word "the south" should also be underlined as it confuses about the actual sentence to correct.


Here the word "the south" should also be underlined as it confuses about the actual sentence to correct.[/quote]

Yes the south is again repeated in options 4 & 5 . Normally I have never seen such kind of errors.
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