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SC Guide 8, 3rd ed - page 71 and page 187 [#permalink]
05 Jun 2009, 03:24
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In SC Guide 8, 3rd ed - page 71:
Question 3: "Many teachers choose to seek employment in the suburbs rather than to face low salaries in the city". - Please clarify if there is a need for the insertion of "to", as in "rather than to face low salaries", or that the sentence can stand without the word "to", which then reads as "rather than face low salaries".
Question 6: "The joint business venture will increase employee satisfaction and will improve relations between upper management and staff" - Please clarify if there is a need for the insertion of "will", as in "employee satisfaction and will improve relations", or that the sentence can stand without the word "will", which then reads as "employee satisfaction and improve relations".
As a separate question, in page 187 of the same book, the sentence "The judge considers the law to be illegal" is labeled under the "suspect" category. I understand that the simple "consider" is preferred, and not consider.... to be". My question is, would this sentence be correct? : “The judge considers the law illegal”
Would appreciate all forms of clarification. Thanks