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The overall slackening of growth in productivity is

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The overall slackening of growth in productivity is [#permalink] New post 03 Mar 2005, 17:41
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The overall slackening of growth in productivity is influenced less by government regulation, although that is significant for specific industries like mining, than the coming to an end of a period of rapid growth in agricultural productivity.

(C) by the coming to an end of
(D) by ending
(E) by the end of

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 [#permalink] New post 03 Mar 2005, 17:44
Grant.

2 things. Please could you underline the incorrect portion. Please could you post all choices even though u eliminated them. it gives the rest of us a fair chance at practise.

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 [#permalink] New post 04 Mar 2005, 00:06
less by X than by Y

X,and Y must be parallal (same part of speech)

here X is noun so a noun (end) is reqd.
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Well the answer is C.

Anyone got any insights, next time I'll underline and provide all choices, I just felt that the other ones weren't even worth posting. Won't happen again.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2005, 10:07
oh i get the trick here

this is no doubt a question on parallalism, with C and E having parallal elements

"coming to an end of----" is a gerund acting as a noun.

"C" is the only one which properly conveys the meaning
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