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Television programs developed in conjunction with the marketing of toys, which was once prohibited by federal regulations, are thriving in the free market conditions permitted by the current Federal Communications Commission.

A. Television programs developed in conjunction with the marketing of toys, which was once prohibited by federal regulations, are

B. Television programs developed in conjunction with the marketing of toys, a practice that federal regulations once prohibited, is

C. Developing television programs in conjunction with the marketing of toys, as once prohibited by federal regulations, is

D. Federal regulations once prohibited developing television programs in conjunction with the marketing of toys, but they are

E. Federal regulations once prohibited developing television programs in conjunction with the marketing of toys, but such programs are
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2006, 15:55
I think it is C.
In A, it's not clear what "which " refers to.
In B, it should be "are" not "is". Programs ..... are.
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Re: SC : TV and toy maketing [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2006, 16:16
A. Television programs developed in conjunction with the marketing of toys, which was once prohibited by federal regulations, are ==> It sound as though "the marketing of toys" was once prohibited...

B. Television programs developed in conjunction with the marketing of toys, a practice that federal regulations once prohibited, is ==> Same as A

C. Developing television programs in conjunction with the marketing of toys, as once prohibited by federal regulations, is ==> Use of 'as' is weird/awkward; also its not the 'developing' rather than the 'programs' that were prohibited

D. Federal regulations once prohibited developing television programs in conjunction with the marketing of toys, but they are ==> Use of 'they' is unclear

E. Federal regulations once prohibited developing television programs in conjunction with the marketing of toys, but such programs are ==> Correct! Correctly conveys that such programs are now permitted..
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Feb 2006, 20:54
(E) correctly uses "are" and doesn`t impede the flow of the sentence.
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Yep. OA is E!

TeHCM, Thanks for your nice explanation :-D
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