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Some of the tenth-century stave churches of Norway are still standing, demonstrating that with sound design and maintenance, wooden buildings can last indefinitely.

(A) standing, demonstrating that with sound design and maintenance, wooden buildings can last indefinitely
(B) standing, demonstrating how wooden buildings, when they have sound design and maintenance, can last indefinitely
(C) standing; they demonstrate if a wooden building has sound design and maintenance it can last indefinitely
(D) standing, and they demonstrate wooden buildings can last indefinitely when there is sound design and maintenance
(E) standing, and they demonstrate how a wooden building can last indefinitely when it has sound design and maintenance
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A here for sure for the correct use of participle (this was discussed before several times)

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A for me. Paul's explanation is :cool
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A here for sure for the correct use of participle (this was discussed before several times)

check this out... you will learn a lot from this discussion :!:

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... c&start=20


The explanantion is brilliant.

I still have a question though. Paul mentioned about split restrictive clause.

Is it the intruding prepositional phrase he was talking about? Please see the text in green?

demonstrating that with sound design and maintenance, wooden buildings can last indefinitely

Thanks!
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u2lover wrote:
A here for sure for the correct use of participle (this was discussed before several times)

check this out... you will learn a lot from this discussion :!:

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... c&start=20


The explanantion is brilliant.

I still have a question though. Paul mentioned about split restrictive clause.

Is it the intruding prepositional phrase he was talking about? Please see the text in green?

demonstrating that with sound design and maintenance, wooden buildings can last indefinitely

Thanks!


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