OA is B on this one.
GMAT tiger...can you explain the ||ism and tense and also how the tense goes with the meaning of the sentence.
thanks! in advance
sorry i did not notice this.
llism: been sighted and been sighted
Tense: have been sighted (present perfect contineous) and had been sighted (past perfect contineous).
so they are parallel and in correct tense.
have been sighted (present perfect contineous) and had sighted (past perfect) are not parallel and correct tense.
GMAT TIGER wrote:
Since the movie was released seventeen UFOs have been sighted in the state, which is more than had been sighted in the past ten years together.
(A) which is more than had been sighted
(B) more than had been sighted
(C) more than they had sighted
(D) more than had reported sightings?B?
(E) which is more than had reported sightings
please explain. especially B
B for llism and correct ttense.
a. which is wrong.
c. they? wrong pronoun ref.
had sighted? wrong tense.
e. which? hmm... not anymore, its wrong.