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Martin is one of those students who demand that each and every person cooperate together in order to reach a consensus of opinion.

A) demand that each and every person cooperate together in order to reach a consensus of opinion.
B) demands that each and every person cooperate in order to reach a consensus of opinion.
C) demand that each person cooperate so that a consensus can be reached.
D) demands that each person cooperates so that a consensus could be reached.
E) demands that each person cooperate so that a consensus can be reached.
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03 Dec 2005, 11:47
Paul wrote:
Martin is one of those students who demand that each and every person cooperate together in order to reach a consensus of opinion.

A) demand that each and every person cooperate together in order to reach a consensus of opinion.
B) demands that each and every person cooperate in order to reach a consensus of opinion.
C) demand that each person cooperate so that a consensus can be reached.
D) demands that each person cooperates so that a consensus could be reached.
E) demands that each person cooperate so that a consensus can be reached.

one of the students - is plural and require demand.
cooperate together is redundant.
demand + that needs verb word (subjunctive rule.)

considering all these. C is the only correct choice.
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03 Dec 2005, 11:50
C and E are not correct because there is no subject/verb agreement between "each person" and "cooperate". Now one has to decide what "who" refers. IMO "Who" can modify either "Martin" or "those students": I would choose D instead of A or B because D is more concise are less wordy.
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03 Dec 2005, 12:23
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C and E are not correct because there is no subject/verb agreement between "each person" and "cooperate". Now one has to decide what "who" refers. IMO "Who" can modify either "Martin" or "those students": I would choose D instead of A or B because D is more concise are less wordy.

D is wrong because subjunctive rule says that demad + that+ verb word

so after demand that each person cooperate ( verb word not coperates) should be used.
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03 Dec 2005, 12:42
nakib77 wrote:
automan wrote:
C and E are not correct because there is no subject/verb agreement between "each person" and "cooperate". Now one has to decide what "who" refers. IMO "Who" can modify either "Martin" or "those students": I would choose D instead of A or B because D is more concise are less wordy.

D is wrong because subjunctive rule says that demad + that+ verb word

so after demand that each person cooperate ( verb word not coperates) should be used.

Ups, you are right..... C should be the answer. Thx a lot.
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03 Dec 2005, 16:58
C should be it. Paul gave a very nice explaination about one of those etc.
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03 Dec 2005, 22:12
C. the subject "who" refers to students, which is is plural. so needs plural verb "demand". this rules out B/D/E.

Between A and C, C is better because it eliminates the redundancy problem. now C remains..
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04 Dec 2005, 10:22
OA is C. Indeed this was the same question which I posted before but I made the correction to C in the original post.
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