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# setting up a corporation requires more paper work and legal

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setting up a corporation requires more paper work and legal provision [u]than to establish either a proprietorship or a partnership[/u]?

(A)than to establish either a proprietorship or a partnership

(B)than what it requires to establish either a proprietorship or a partnership.

(C)than to either establish either a proprietorship or a partnership.

(D)than establishing either a proprietorship or a partnership.

(E)than establishing proprietorships or a partnerships

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07 Jan 2008, 21:29
I'd go with D

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07 Jan 2008, 21:47
eschn3am wrote:
I'd go with D

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I too go for D.. with 99%

1% -- Don't you think 'either' is redundant here. I understand that 'either' conveys the cost of one of the item. But in general and simple english, I feel this is not needed in this context.
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07 Jan 2008, 21:51
I'll also say D is the best choice among the lot, but that still makes for a terrible sentence! Where did you get this question?

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Re: sc   [#permalink] 07 Jan 2008, 21:51
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