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848. The Wallerstein study indicates that even after a decade young men and women still experience some of the effects of a divorce occurring when a child.
(A) occurring when a child
(B) occurring when children
(C) that occurred when a child
(D) that occurred when they were children
(E) that has occurred as each was a child
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Re: The Wallerstein study indicates that even after a decade [#permalink] New post 21 Jun 2007, 09:42
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848. The Wallerstein study indicates that even after a decade young men and women still experience some of the effects of a divorce occurring when a child.
(A) occurring when a child
(B) occurring when children
(C) that occurred when a child
(D) that occurred when they were children
(E) that has occurred as each was a child


A B and C are outright incorrect.
Between D and E, E has "has" which should have been a past tense.

D is my choice.
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Re: The Wallerstein study indicates that even after a decade [#permalink] New post 22 Jun 2007, 02:12
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848. The Wallerstein study indicates that even after a decade young men and women still experience some of the effects of a divorce occurring when a child.
(A) occurring when a child
(B) occurring when children
(C) that occurred when a child
(D) that occurred when they were children
(E) that has occurred as each was a child


child doesn't match with plural noun "young men and women"

so A, C, E - out.

B - awkward

D - perfect.
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848. The Wallerstein study indicates that even after a decade young men and women still experience some of the effects of a divorce occurring when a child.
(A) occurring when a child
(B) occurring when children
(C) that occurred when a child
(D) that occurred when they were children
(E) that has occurred as each was a child


child ruled out as "young men and women" is plural. A,C,E out.

Between B and D, D makes sense as "that" correctly refers to divorce and "they" to young men and women.
"When children" looks like a beginning of a dependent clause, only with a missing verb.

Ans: "D"
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Re: The Wallerstein study indicates that even after a decade [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2014, 04:44
Straight D.
That refers to Divorce and they for the usage of "and".
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