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The nurses went on strike to protest their being overworked.

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The nurses went on strike to protest their being overworked.
(A) their being overworked
(B) themselves being overworked
(C) themselves as overworked
(D) their overworking
(E) overworking themselves
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New post 22 Jan 2009, 02:46
scthakur wrote:
The nurses went on strike to protest their being overworked.
(A) their being overworked
(B) themselves being overworked
(C) themselves as overworked
(D) their overworking
(E) overworking themselves


To protest what? In this instance, only one of choices can come after "protest" and answers the question "to protest what?" So, D.
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New post 22 Jan 2009, 21:08
B,C and E are out because of using themselves....A is out because of using being....D also expresses the same thing, which A express without 'being'....so IMO D
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Go thru this
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New post 22 Jan 2009, 21:34
ritula wrote:
Go thru this
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hmm!!
good discussion!! thanks

I fell into the trap D.
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New post 22 Jan 2009, 21:54
even i fell into the same trap
I choose D.........

but later when i saw the post the answer was A.........

nice question........ but guyzz see we are still lagging in some or the other way in SC.........
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New post 22 Jan 2009, 23:04
OA is A.

I also chose D and was not sure how A could be right. I think, if we replace "being" with "getting" in option A, it makes sense.

Thanks ritula for the link.
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