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Exchange [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2008, 06:35
The message conveyed by the conference speakers make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in stocks traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
A. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in stocks traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
B. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in NASDAQ stocks.
C. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest my money in NASDAQ stocks.
D. makes me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in NASDAQ stocks.
E. makes me feel fortunate that I did not invest my money in NASDAQ stocks.
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Re: Exchange [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2008, 06:47
reply2spg wrote:
The message conveyed by the conference speakers make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in stocks traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
A. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in stocks traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
B. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in NASDAQ stocks.
C. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest my money in NASDAQ stocks.
D. makes me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in NASDAQ stocks.
E. makes me feel fortunate that I did not invest my money in NASDAQ stocks.


We need Makes !!!since message is singular !!!

A B C out

Between D and E !!!hmmmm
D is better we are saying not all of my money !!!
invest my money seems redundant !! it ca be just invest !! hence Eliminating E !!

i suppose there must be better logic !! waiting for OE and OA

IMO D
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Re: Exchange [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2008, 07:09
Spriya, you are right
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Re: Exchange [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2008, 07:21
I will go with D. Reason: The original sentence says".....all my money....". Therefore, I would keep that language since it is CORRECT.
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Re: Exchange [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2008, 07:25
reply2spg wrote:
The message conveyed by the conference speakers make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in stocks traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
A. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in stocks traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
B. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in NASDAQ stocks.
C. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest my money in NASDAQ stocks.
D. makes me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in NASDAQ stocks.
E. makes me feel fortunate that I did not invest my money in NASDAQ stocks.


The message is singular so A) B) and C) are out

Between D) and E) , E) changes meaning

IMO D)
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Re: Exchange [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2008, 08:40
reply2spg wrote:
The message conveyed by the conference speakers make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in stocks traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
A. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in stocks traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
B. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in NASDAQ stocks.
C. make me feel fortunate that I did not invest my money in NASDAQ stocks.
D. makes me feel fortunate that I did not invest all of my money in NASDAQ stocks.
E. makes me feel fortunate that I did not invest my money in NASDAQ stocks.



D seems correct
'all of my money' is needed to show that some money was invested but not all, E means that he did not invest in stocks at all.
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Re: Exchange [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2008, 09:27
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Re: Exchange [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2009, 04:48
makes me feel fortunate that I didn't invest the money in NASDAQ stocks.
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