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Severe and increasing numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies that seem to deny a proper defense to many clients who are charged with crimes.

(A) Severe and increasing numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies that seem
(B) Severe and increasing numerous critics point to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies seeming
(C) Severe and increasingly numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system that seem
(D) Severely and increasingly numerous critics point to deficiencies in the British legal system seeming
(E) Severely and increasingly numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system that seem
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Critics are severe and increasingly numerous (= their number is increasing). Hence C.
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C it is.

1. Critics are severe and incresingly numerous
2. 'deficiencies... that seem to deny'
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New post 15 Jun 2004, 14:24
I vote for C as well, although I don't like that fact that 'that' could relate to deficiencies or critics(one can make a case for it).
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<Severe and increasing numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies that seem> to deny a proper defense to many clients who are charged with crimes.

(A) Severe and increasing numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies that seem
(B) Severe and increasing numerous critics point to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies seeming
(C) Severe and increasingly numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system that seem
(D) Severely and increasingly numerous critics point to deficiencies in the British legal system seeming
(E) Severely and increasingly numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system that seem
Hey guys.....I am taking an initiative of expalning all of my answers correct me if I am wrong or If I should change my explanation statergy.


A and B can be eliminated they change the meaning of what is meant to be conveyed. Same as in the Case of D and E change the meaning of the sentence.
so by POE C slould be the answer
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New post 18 Jun 2004, 01:53
hi boksana,


''that '' can relate only to ''deficiencies'' and not to '' critics''
why - cos ''critics'' here is a noun which can be described as ''they'' as pronoun ... it is humans we are talking about and we use they for ''beings''

as for deficiencies = entities or THNGS and they are like almost OBJECTZ and hence the use ''that'' suits only too well...

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<Severe and increasing numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies that seem> to deny a proper defense to many clients who are charged with crimes.

(A) Severe and increasing numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies that seem
(B) Severe and increasing numerous critics point to deficiencies in the British legal system, deficiencies seeming
(C) Severe and increasingly numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system that seem
(D) Severely and increasingly numerous critics point to deficiencies in the British legal system seeming
(E) Severely and increasingly numerous critics are pointing to deficiencies in the British legal system that seem
Hey guys.....I am taking an initiative of expalning all of my answers correct me if I am wrong or If I should change my explanation statergy.


A and B can be eliminated they change the meaning of what is meant to be conveyed. Same as in the Case of D and E change the meaning of the sentence.
so by POE C slould be the answer


vkranthi7,

Dont worry ,your strategy is good. Now here's my question.

How does D and E change the meaning ? I could understand how A and B change it but not D and E.

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