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Sentence Correction in GMAT [#permalink]
02 May 2013, 09:13
Hi , Please help me with the following sentence. Is it correct to say-"The High Court’s rulings in the cases involving assisted suicides among college-going teens from single-parent families, which were overturned by the Supreme Court last month, have been re-instituted by a special interventionist order by the President."? I read the explaination which says this is sentence is correct, as there is no VERB between WHICH and its ANTECEDENT (‘rulings’ in this case)…. But as far as i know WHICH qualifies the noun precedes it (families in this case).. Please share your views on this and halp with this.