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Re: SC: Oil Supply [#permalink] New post 27 Dec 2011, 18:01
fanatico wrote:
E

Between D and E I used below logic:

<noun> has become a consideration. To represent a noun in a phrase the best way is to use a "that" phrase. If we do not use "that" we don't know what has become a consideration - is it the supply of oil/being finite/supply of oil being finite


Does anyone know where Fanatico got this information from? I would like to look into this so that I can better understand why we use "That" to start the sentence off. I originally chose D and was skeptical about E at first due to it sounding awkward with "that."
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Re: The supply of oil being finite has become an economical and [#permalink] New post 23 Feb 2012, 09:07
Thank U VeritasPrepBrian... !!!

Ur explanation has enhanced my knowledge.....
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Re: The supply of oil being finite has become an economical and [#permalink] New post 23 Feb 2012, 10:35
BDSunDevil wrote:
whats wrong with B? Can someone please explain.


The word economical
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