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New York is known for its Adirondack Park, that still has expansive forests of deciduous and coniferous trees, and where such forests house a number of endangered animal species.
A. that still has expansive forests of deciduous and coniferous trees, and where
B. which still has expansive forests of deciduous and coniferous trees;
C. which still has expansive forests of deciduous and coniferous trees, where
D. where still expansive forests of deciduous and coniferous trees, and
E. where there are still expansive forests of deciduous and coniferous trees, and where
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I thought it was C.

In E, the double "where" seems kind of awkward. can someone explain?
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parallelism, where there are still expansive forests and where such forests...
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E it is.

where there are still expansive forests......and where such forests house.....
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I went for C too.. thanks aiming4mba ...
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I went for A .........can't believe it is E..........

though there is an element of parallelism ...in "where there are still expansive forests"
it looks as though it is (still = immobile)......its quite ambiguous
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New post 29 Jul 2010, 08:02
If still is removed I can agree with E ..........
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