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The treaty specifies that the economy of the member nations [#permalink]
16 Jan 2005, 06:04
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The treaty specifies that the economy of the member nations have inflation rates of less than three percent and resist external tariffs.
(A) economy of the member nations have inflation rates of less than three percent and resist
(B) economy of each member nation have an inflation rate of less than three percent and be resistant to
(C) every economy of the member nations have an inflation rate of less than three percent and be resistant to
(D) economies of each member nation have inflation rates of three percent or less and are resistant to
(E) economies of every member nation have three percent or less of an inflation rate and resist
'D' & 'E' - can be eliminated becos of the usage 'inflation rates of three percent or less' and moreover the 'resist' in 'E' makes it sound like the economy can resist external tariffs but the economy can only be made reistant to external tariffs.
hey! Sunder give me sometime I will be going over the topic tonight prob and will try to get some answer. I think The USE OF HAVE is correct here and I skipped it. Well my guess for now is "subjunctive mood" though I am yet to come up with a concrete answer.
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