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The growing demand for housing, traffic congestionk, and longer commuting trips has all but eliminated the cost advantage of owning a house in many rural communities.

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(B) Traffic congestion, the growing demand for housing, and longer commuting trips has
(C) Longer commuting trips, traffic congestion, and the growing demand for housing has
(D) Traffic congestion, longer commuting trips, and the growing demand for housing have
(E) The growing demand for housing, as well as traffic congestion and longer commuting trips, have

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Re: SC: rural community [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2005, 08:00
HongHu wrote:
The growing demand for housing, traffic congestionk, and longer commuting trips has all but eliminated the cost advantage of owning a house in many rural communities.

(A)
(B) Traffic congestion, the growing demand for housing, and longer commuting trips has
(C) Longer commuting trips, traffic congestion, and the growing demand for housing has
(D) Traffic congestion, longer commuting trips, and the growing demand for housing have
(E) The growing demand for housing, as well as traffic congestion and longer commuting trips, have


D it is.
Because there are three things, one is traffic congestion, another is the growing demand for housing and the other is longer communting trips.
A, E is ambiguous. B, C, the usage of has is erroneous.
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2005, 13:39
Folaa3, 'A' is wrong becos it uses a singular verb 'has' for a plural subject
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