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The fewer government restrictions there are on advertising a service, the more false advertising there will be, and those companies that typically falsify claims in advertisements usually charge more for that service than other companies.

(A) those companies that typically falsify claims in advertisements usually charge more for that service than other companies.
(B) those companies that typically falsify claims in advertisements usually charge more for that service than have other companies.
(C) companies that typically falsify claims in advertisements usually charge more for that service than do other companies.
(D) companies that typically falsify claims in advertisements usually charge more for services than other companies.
(E) those companies that typically falsify claims in advertisements usually charge more for services than other companies.
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Re: SC Comparison [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2005, 05:42
(C) companies that typically falsify claims in advertisements usually charge more for that service than do other companies.
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OA is C.
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2005, 10:27
huskers wrote:
Can someone explain why it is C and not D.


advertising a service

in first sentence indicates service is singular.

D refer services which is plural.
C that servvice refers back to "a service" in first sentence.
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2005, 10:31
Thanks duttsit. I keep overlooking such kind of things.
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