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Hi everyone,

Checked with previous posting that there is discrepancy to the majority answers posted on GMATClub with the SC1000 OA. Please provide explanation to this.

Federal legislation establishing a fund for the cleanup of sites damaged by toxic chemicals permits compensating state governments for damage to their natural resources but does not allow claims for injury to people.

(A) compensating state governments for damage to
(B) compensating state governments for the damaging of
(C) giving state governments compensation for damaging
(D) giving compensation to state governments for the damage of
(E) the giving of compensation to state governments for damaging
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New post 13 Aug 2007, 06:20
I believe it is A.
"damage to" is the correct idiom.
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New post 14 Aug 2007, 01:45
I will go for A.

(A) compensating state governments for damage to
Not a very good question if you ask me. " Federal legislation establishing" sounds weird. But this is the best answer amongst the choices.

(B) compensating state governments for the damaging of
- "for the damaging" sounds like govts are compensated because govts damage the natural resouces.

(C) giving state governments compensation for damaging
- compensating is better/shorter than giving compensation
- "for damaging" sounds like govts are compensated because govts damage the natural resouces.


(D) giving compensation to state governments for the damage of
- compensating is better/shorter than giving compensation
- "damage of" wrong idiom


(E) the giving of compensation to state governments for damaging - compensating is better/shorter than the giving of compensation
- "for damaging" sounds like govts are compensated because govts damage the natural resouces.


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New post 14 Aug 2007, 09:38
Straight A

for injury to

for damage to

parallelism.
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