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The loopholes proposed for elimination and at least reduction includes not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but also exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided health care subsidies

A. elimination and at least reduction includes not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but also exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
B. elimination or at least reduction include not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
C. elimination or at least reduction include not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but also exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
D. elimination and at least reduction include not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
E. elimination or at least reduction includes not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but also exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
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The loopholes proposed for elimination and at least reduction includes not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but also exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided health care subsidies

A. elimination and at least reduction includes not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but also exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
B. elimination or at least reduction include not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
C. elimination or at least reduction include not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but also exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
D. elimination and at least reduction include not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided
E. elimination or at least reduction includes not only the mortgage‐interest deduction, but also exemptions for charitable contributions and for employer‐provided



We cant eliminate and reduce a loophole at the same time. so eliminate choices with "and" - A,D

B- it doesnt have not only, but also - eliminate this choice

choice E uses singular verb form "includes" for plural subject "loopholes" - eliminate this choice

C is correct.
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New post 11 Apr 2016, 13:21
Firstly,when we read the "proposed for elimination and at least reduction" part of sentence we get the wrong usage of and, the correct usage is OR Eliminate choices A and D
Secondly the correct usage of not only .... but also
option B incorrectly uses not only .... but also eliminate B
out of option C and E, correct usage is include for the noun loopholes
therefore correct answer option C
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