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Crises in international diplomacy do not always result from

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Crises in international diplomacy do not always result from [#permalink] New post 07 Jul 2008, 17:47
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Crises in international diplomacy do not always result from malice; for nations, like individuals, can find themselves locked into difficult positions, unable to back down.
(A) do not always result from malice; for nations, like individuals, can find
(B) do not always results from malice; nations, just as individuals, finding
(C) do not always results from malice; nations, such as individuals, can find
(D) aren’t always the results of malice; nations in the same way that individuals can find
(E) aren’t resulting always from malice; just like individuals who can find

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Re: SC : International Diplomacy [#permalink] New post 07 Jul 2008, 18:05
Ashwin_Mohan wrote:
Crises in international diplomacy do not always result from malice; for nations, like individuals, can find themselves locked into difficult positions, unable to back down.
(A) do not always result from malice; for nations, like individuals, can find
(B) do not always results from malice; nations, just as individuals, finding
(C) do not always results from malice; nations, such as individuals, can find
(D) aren’t always the results of malice; nations in the same way that individuals can find
(E) aren’t resulting always from malice; just like individuals who can find

Explain pls...


A also,

Sometime, "For" means "since", "because", "as", so

For + clause: acceptable
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Re: SC : International Diplomacy [#permalink] New post 07 Jul 2008, 18:09
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Ashwin_Mohan wrote:
Crises in international diplomacy do not always result from malice; for nations, like individuals, can find themselves locked into difficult positions, unable to back down.
(A) do not always result from malice; for nations, like individuals, can find
(B) do not always results from malice; nations, just as individuals, finding
(C) do not always results from malice; nations, such as individuals, can find
(D) aren’t always the results of malice; nations in the same way that individuals can find
(E) aren’t resulting always from malice; just like individuals who can find

Explain pls...


A also,

Sometime, "For" means "since", "because", "as", so

For + clause: acceptable



Well, I got this question wrong cause I read Crises as Crisis and that the difference between singular and plural. Since I thought it was singular I struck off options with 'do' in them....:(
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Re: SC : International Diplomacy [#permalink] New post 08 Jul 2008, 10:24
Ashwin_Mohan wrote:
Crises in international diplomacy do not always result from malice; for nations, like individuals, can find themselves locked into difficult positions, unable to back down.
(A) do not always result from malice; for nations, like individuals, can find
(B) do not always results from malice; nations, just as individuals, finding
(C) do not always results from malice; nations, such as individuals, can find
(D) aren’t always the results of malice; nations in the same way that individuals can find
(E) aren’t resulting always from malice; just like individuals who can find

Explain pls...

crises -result
=> BCD out

Just like
=>incorrect

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Re: SC : International Diplomacy   [#permalink] 08 Jul 2008, 10:24
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