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SC - Employee's unwillingness [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2007, 03:08
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The most common reasons for an employee’s unwillingness to accept a transfer are that mortgage rates are high, housing in the new location costs more, and the difficulty of selling the old home.

(A) that mortgage rates are high, housing in the new location costs more, and the difficulty of selling the old home
(B) that mortgage rates are high, housing in the new location costs more, and that it is difficult to sell the old home
(C) high mortgage rates, the greater cost of housing in the new location, and that the old home is difficult to sell
(D) high mortgage rates, the greater cost of housing in the new location, and it is difficult to sell the old home
(E) high mortgage rates, the greater cost of housing in the new location, and the difficulty of selling the old home
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A) that mortgage rates are high, housing in the new location costs more, and the difficulty of selling the old home - not parallel, first two element in passive form , last one in active
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(B) that mortgage rates are high, housing in the new location costs more, and that it is difficult to sell the old home - - not parallel, third element is out of way


(C) high mortgage rates, the greater cost of housing in the new location, and that the old home is difficult to sell --not parallel, third element is out of way

(D) high mortgage rates, the greater cost of housing in the new location, and it is difficult to sell the old home - not parallel


(E) high mortgage rates, the greater cost of housing in the new location, and the difficulty of selling the old home- correct
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