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The notion of gold being more expensive than ever happens to

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The notion of gold being more expensive than ever happens to [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2012, 21:59
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The notion of gold being more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative which also does not square with the facts, namely, that inflation is an imminent threat.
A. of gold being more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative which also does not square with the facts, namely, that
B. that gold is more expensive as ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also does not square with the facts, namely,
C. that gold is more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also does not square with the facts, namely, that
D. of gold being more expensive than ever happened to fit with a larger narrative that also did not square with the facts, namely, that
E. that gold is as expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also do not square with the facts, namely, that
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Re: The notion of gold being more expensive [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2012, 22:29
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The notion of gold being more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative which also does not square with the facts, namely, that inflation is an imminent threat.


Hi

For me, i think C is the best option here

A. of gold being more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative which also does not square with the facts, namely, that
1)of gold being seems awkward (as per my thinking)

B. that gold is more expensive as ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also does not square with the facts, namely,
1)Correct idiom is more X than Y
2) that is required after namely

C. that gold is more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also does not square with the facts, namely, that
This one is correct

D. of gold being more expensive than ever happened to fit with a larger narrative that also did not square with the facts, namely, that
1)(as per my thinking)
2)converts the present verb to past verb (happened)

E. that gold is as expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also do not square with the facts, namely, that
1)narrative -singular subject do plural verb

Pls correct me if i'm missing some pt here

Thanks
Jatin
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Re: The notion of gold being more expensive [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2012, 23:25
jsahni123 wrote:
getgyan wrote:
The notion of gold being more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative which also does not square with the facts, namely, that inflation is an imminent threat.


Hi

For me, i think C is the best option here

A. of gold being more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative which also does not square with the facts, namely, that
1)of gold being seems awkward (as per my thinking)

B. that gold is more expensive as ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also does not square with the facts, namely,
1)Correct idiom is more X than Y
2) that is required after namely

C. that gold is more expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also does not square with the facts, namely, that
This one is correct

D. of gold being more expensive than ever happened to fit with a larger narrative that also did not square with the facts, namely, that
1)(as per my thinking)
2)converts the present verb to past verb (happened)

E. that gold is as expensive than ever happens to fit with a larger narrative that also do not square with the facts, namely, that
1)narrative -singular subject do plural verb

Pls correct me if i'm missing some pt here

Thanks
Jatin



IMO C... is the answer...?
what
Re: The notion of gold being more expensive   [#permalink] 04 Oct 2012, 23:25
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