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Traditional gasoline-powered vehicles are becoming smaller [#permalink] New post 22 Aug 2011, 13:46
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Traditional gasoline-powered vehicles are becoming smaller and more economical, and so too are hybrids, they are the cars to combine the power of conventional automobiles with the environmental benefits and cost-efficiency of electric-powered vehicles.
(A) so too are hybrids, they are the cars to combine
(B) so too are hybrids, the cars that combine
(C) so too hybrids, the cars combining your
(D) also hybrids, they are the cars that combine
(E) also hybrids, which are the cars to combine
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Re: gasoline-powered vehicles [#permalink] New post 22 Aug 2011, 14:03
B - because it has the word "correct' in it :lol:
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Re: gasoline-powered vehicles [#permalink] New post 22 Aug 2011, 14:34
shashankp27 wrote:
Traditional gasoline-powered vehicles are becoming smaller and more economical, and so too are hybrids, they are the cars to combine the power of conventional automobiles with the environmental benefits and cost-efficiency of electric-powered vehicles.
(A) so too are hybrids, they are the cars to combine
(B) so too are hybrids, the cars that combine correct
(C) so too hybrids, the cars combining your answer
(D) also hybrids, they are the cars that combine
(E) also hybrids, which are the cars to combine


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Re: gasoline-powered vehicles [#permalink] New post 22 Aug 2011, 20:00
I chose B as it looked with least errors
however is so too are ... construction idiomatic
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Re: gasoline-powered vehicles [#permalink] New post 22 Aug 2011, 20:10
(A) so too are hybrids, they are the cars to combine : run on sentence - comma splice - two inependent clauses joined by comma without and!
(B) so too are hybrids, the cars that combine - correct, proper use of appositive modifier
(C) so too hybrids, the cars combining your - your?! the cars dont combine an individual's power!
(D) also hybrids, they are the cars that combine : same as A, run on sentence; also hybrids not properly joined
(E) also hybrids, which are the cars to combine: to combine is wrong and unidiomatice here, also is not proper to join two clauses.
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