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Once the site of pilgrimages to the Aztec god of the caves, <u>each Sunday now attacts hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths to Chalma</u>.
a..
b. hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths are now attracted to Chalma each Sunday
c. Chalma now attacts hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths each Sunday.
d. hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths are now attracted each Sunday to Chalma.
e. Chalma now attracts each Sunday hundreds of Christians wearing flower wreaths.

C is my take,what say u all?


Many economists believe that indexing private pension befefits to the inflation rate would be <u>so prohibitively expensive that it would </u>destroy the private pension system.
a..
b. so prohibitively expensive as to
c. of such prhoibitive expense thta it would
d. of such prohibitive expense as to
e. prohibitivly expensive, and as such it would

b is my take-

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 [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2004, 20:24
E and B

1. "each sunday" is too far in C. It seems to change the meaning, as if the pilgrimage attracts christians who wear flowers on sunday.

2. "so as to" is the correct idiom wrt the context
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It seems the answer is A in both cases.My answers were same as Bhai's.
Thats the reason why i need to know why.

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 [#permalink] New post 24 Jul 2004, 03:10
For the first question, E makes more sense than C.

For the second one, I am divide dbetween A and B. Could someone throw some light as to why B would be incorrect?
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