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The government predicts that, for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls, the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce costs, though some consumer groups disagree with the government's estimates, suggesting they are too optimistic.

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B. The government predicts that costs will be greatly reduced for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls by the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts

C. The government prediction is, for consumers and businesses making a large number of long-distance calls, costs will be greatly reduced by the recent telephone rate cuts made by the Federal Communications Commission

D. For consumers and businesses that make a large number of long distance calls, the government's prediction that the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce costs

E. For consumers and businesses making a large number of long distance calls, the government predicts that the recent telephone rate cuts that the Federal Communications Commission has made will greatly reduce costs
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Re: SC-Government Prediction [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2007, 13:03
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The government predicts that, for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls, the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce costs, though some consumer groups disagree with the government's estimates, suggesting they are too optimistic.

A.

B. The government predicts that costs will be greatly reduced for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls by the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts

C. The government prediction is, for consumers and businesses making a large number of long-distance calls, costs will be greatly reduced by the recent telephone rate cuts made by the Federal Communications Commission

D. For consumers and businesses that make a large number of long distance calls, the government's prediction that the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce costs

E. For consumers and businesses making a large number of long distance calls, the government predicts that the recent telephone rate cuts that the Federal Communications Commission has made will greatly reduce costs


I think A should be fine. Since u removed A from the choices list then u should have the OA.
nothing in here is perfectly fit in the passage to make it sound right.
Though B is appealing

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 [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2007, 17:40
Straight A.
B and C are passive.
D changes the meaning and E is plain wordy.
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2007, 18:37
Go for A

B sounds as though Federal Communications Commission's is making the phone calls!
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Re: SC-Government Prediction [#permalink] New post 26 Jan 2011, 12:25
picked A, seems be logical and as concise as possible albeit wordy
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Re: SC-Government Prediction [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2011, 03:43
+1 for A...
B distorts the meaning, C,D are out as prediction is used instead of predicts
E is awkward and wordy
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Re: The government predicts that, for consumers and businesses [#permalink] New post 23 Nov 2011, 22:33
+1 A.
Nice discussion on this @ http://www.manhattangmat.com/forums/the ... t1537.html
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Re: The government predicts that, for consumers and businesses [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2013, 21:35
The government predicts that, for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls, the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce costs, though some consumer groups disagree with the government's estimates, suggesting they are too optimistic.

A.

B. The government predicts that costs will be greatly reduced for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls by the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts

C. The government prediction is, for consumers and businesses making a large number of long-distance calls, costs will be greatly reduced by the recent telephone rate cuts made by the Federal Communications Commission

D. For consumers and businesses that make a large number of long distance calls, the government's prediction that the Federal Communications Commission's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce costs

E. For consumers and businesses making a large number of long distance calls, the government predicts that the recent telephone rate cuts that the Federal Communications Commission has made will greatly reduce costs

I think only A is correct. Other options are not good structured.
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