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6. Due to constant threats of a strike and frequent complaints by the personnel the management was led to believe that its policy of cutting costs can prove baneful


A: Due to constant threats of a strike and frequent complaints by the personnel the management was led to believe that its policy of cutting costs can prove baneful
B: The management faced constant threats of a strike and frequent complaints by the personnel, which led them to believe that their policy of cutting costs can prove baneful
C: The management, faced with constant threats of a strike and frequent complaints by the personnel, was led to believe that their policy of cutting costs can prove baneful
D: Constant threats of a strike and frequent complaints by the personnel led management to believe that its policy of cutting costs can prove baneful
E: It was the constant threat of a strike and frequent complaints by the personnel that led management to believe that their policy of cutting costs can prove baneful
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2005, 16:22
Yes D is fine

Only choices left are A and D.

B,C,E use their instead of its to refer to management.

A has a misplaced modifier where the first phrase seems to modify the management.
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Re: SC- #6 [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2005, 16:40
D. Only in D, "it" has clear antecedent............
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 [#permalink] New post 26 Jul 2005, 07:49
One more for D.
A - Due to...& ..was led to believe - are redundant.
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