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Minivans carry as many as seven passengers, and compared with sport utility vehicles, most cost less, get better gas mileage, and make it easy for passengers to get in and out, and have a smoother, more car-like ride.

A. and make it easy for passengers to get in and out
B. and allow passengers to get in and out easily
C. and allow passengers to get in and out more easily
D. make it easier for passengers when getting in and out
E. allow passengers to get in and out more easily

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Option C is incorrect because the list isn't finished and this option shows the start of a new list?
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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Minivans carry as many as seven passengers, and compared with sport utility vehicles, most cost less, get better gas mileage, and make it easy for passengers to get in and out, and have a smoother, more car-like ride.

A. and make it easy for passengers to get in and out
B. and allow passengers to get in and out easily
C. and allow passengers to get in and out more easily
D. make it easier for passengers when getting in and out
E. allow passengers to get in and out more easily



This is not from GMATPrep, this is the original question: minivans-carry-as-many-as-seven-passengers-and-compared-103961.html

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Minivans carry as many as seven passengers and, compared with most sport utility vehicles, cost less, get better gas mileage, allow passengers to get in and out more easily, and have a smoother ride.

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Option C is incorrect because the list isn't finished and this option shows the start of a new list?


Yes. Generally speaking the last element of a list should have "and". "I do X,Y and Z" is correct over "I do X and Y and Z" if we want to make a list
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fozzzy wrote:
Minivans carry as many as seven passengers, and compared with sport utility vehicles, most cost less, get better gas mileage, and make it easy for passengers to get in and out, and have a smoother, more car-like ride.

A. and make it easy for passengers to get in and out
B. and allow passengers to get in and out easily
C. and allow passengers to get in and out more easily
D. make it easier for passengers when getting in and out
E. allow passengers to get in and out more easily

[Reveal] Spoiler:
Option C is incorrect because the list isn't finished and this option shows the start of a new list?


There is a list ro consider -

Minivans carry as many as seven passengers, and compared with sport utility vehicles,
most cost less,
get better gas mileage,
allow passengers to get in and out more easily ,
and have a smoother, more car-like ride.


This answer will undoubtedly be (E)

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