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The attorney turned down the law firms offer of a position

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The attorney turned down the law firm’s offer of a position because she suspected that it was meant merely to fill an affirmative action quota with no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting.


(A) quota with no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting
(B) quota, having no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting
(C) quota and did not reflect a commitment to minority hiring and eventual promotion
(D) quota, not reflecting a commitment to minority hiring and eventual promotion
(E) quota, not one that reflected that minority hiring and eventual promotion was a commitment
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C it is..

(A) quota with no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting
- OUT need noun parallel to hiring... promotion is better.
(B) quota, having no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting
- OUT seems to indicate the quota has no commitment
(C) quota and did not reflect a commitment to minority hiring and eventual promotion
- keep this
(D) quota, not reflecting a commitment to minority hiring and eventual promotion
- reflecting is not parallel to fill, could use to reflect.. again sentence will be weird...
(E) quota, not one that reflected that minority hiring and eventual promotion was a commitment
- total mess...
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macca wrote:
The attorney turned down the law firm’s offer of a position because she suspected that it was meant merely to fill an affirmative action quota with no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting.


(A) quota with no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting
(B) quota, having no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting
(C) quota and did not reflect a commitment to minority hiring and eventual promotion
(D) quota, not reflecting a commitment to minority hiring and eventual promotion
(E) quota, not one that reflected that minority hiring and eventual promotion was a commitment


A - not correct becuse of abrupt ending
B - a run-in sentence and abrupt ending
C - The best choice - clear and refers to the action of hiring
D - not clear
E - not clear
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New post 16 Sep 2005, 09:20
riteshgupta1 wrote:
C it is..

(A) quota with no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting
- OUT need noun parallel to hiring... promotion is better.
(B) quota, having no commitment to minority hiring and eventually promoting
- OUT seems to indicate the quota has no commitment
(C) quota and did not reflect a commitment to minority hiring and eventual promotion
- keep this
(D) quota, not reflecting a commitment to minority hiring and eventual promotion
- reflecting is not parallel to fill, could use to reflect.. again sentence will be weird...
(E) quota, not one that reflected that minority hiring and eventual promotion was a commitment
- total mess...


Vote with Ritesh on this one, for similar reasons!
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The OA is C,

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