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The aim of the new regulations is to make it easier for prospective homeowners to have funds available for energy improvement in their new houses.
(A) to make it easier for prospective homeowners to have
(B) to make easier for prospective homeowners the having of
(C) making it easier for prospective homeowners so they can have
(D) that prospective homeowners more easily can have
(E) for prospective homeowners to more easily have
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New post 07 Jan 2006, 10:19
go 'A' go

The underlined portion should start with an infinitive!
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New post 08 Jan 2006, 20:22
OA is A, Don't know why I picked the wrong answer choice
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C,D,E -> awkward
B -> doesn't sound very right
A -> okay. 'it' refers to the process of securing the funds
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ywilfred wrote:
C,D,E -> awkward
B -> doesn't sound very right
A -> okay. 'it' refers to the process of securing the funds


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Agree with (A). The aim of something is to.... is idiomatic
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