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The growing demand for cheaper houses, unpolluted environs

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Re: The growing demand for cheaper houses, unpolluted environs [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2012, 18:05
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The growing demand for cheaper houses, unpolluted environs and tension-free lifestyle in addition to the inability to pay the high rentals in down–town is turning



Would this be correct ?
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Re: The growing demand for cheaper houses, unpolluted environs [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2012, 20:05
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Yes; the factor ‘in addition to’ does not change the number of the subject; for your info, the following (correct) structures may be helpful to understand the concept.

Tom goes to court
Tom and Dick go to court
Tom with Dick goes to court
Tom along with Dick goes to court
Tom together with Dick goes to court
Tom in addition to Dick goes to court
Tom as well as Dick goes to court
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Re: The growing demand for cheaper houses, unpolluted environs [#permalink] New post 05 Aug 2012, 02:39
yah good one. chose c in the begining. but went for D :( didnt watch "s" in the demand there :P
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