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The city will lose more than one million dollars in

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The city will lose more than one million dollars in much-needed revenue when the shopping center on Beacon Drive will close sometime in the next year and move to a different county.

(A) will close sometime in the next year and move to a different county
(B) closes sometime in the next year and moves to a different county
(C) will close in the next year sometime and move to a different county
(D) closes sometime in the next year and will move to a different county
(E) will close sometime in the next year and then move to a different county
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Concentration: International Business, Finance
GMAT 1: 590 Q32 V30
GMAT 2: 700 Q48 V37
GPA: 3.6
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Kudos [?]: 18 [0], given: 28

Re: The city will lose more than one million dollars in [#permalink] New post 06 Jun 2012, 12:16
Did one of the free (for now ;)) GMATClub tests today and got this one wrong.

The explaination is as follows:
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This sentence requires the recognition that the word when creates a conditional tense that requires the (e)s form of the verb, and also that both verbs in the following phrase must use parallel form. The complete and correct verb phrase, without supporting words, should read: when the shopping center closes and moves.
Though the verbs in this option are parallel, they are not in the e(s) form required by the word when.


especially that part when creates a conditional tense that requires the (e)s form of the verb is new to me.

Please help.
Why is that?
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