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That pollution harms the environment is self-evident; that [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2007, 08:44
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That pollution harms the environment is self-evident; that immediate government action to combat it is merited by the situation is a matter of debate.

A. that immediate government action to combat it is merited by the situation
D. that the situation merits immediate government action to combat it

Which choice is better A or D. What does 'it' in D refer to - the situation or the pollution
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Re: SC: Pollution [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2007, 08:56
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That pollution harms the environment is self-evident; that immediate government action to combat it is merited by the situation is a matter of debate.

A. that immediate government action to combat it is merited by the situation
D. that the situation merits immediate government action to combat it

Which choice is better A or D. What does 'it' in D refer to - the situation or the pollution


Usually, the sentence form beginning with 'that' is of the nature 'That X...is...Y'.

A is consistent with this form. I will pick A.
Re: SC: Pollution   [#permalink] 11 Feb 2007, 08:56
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