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When bitter manegerial conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, executives are likely to turn to outside professional counselors to help resolve disagreement.
a) conflicts that in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, executives are likely to
b) conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that might have in the past led to its dissolution, executives likely will
c) conflicts plague a small company, which in the past might have led to the business dissolution, executives are liable to
d) conflicts, which in the past might have led to dissolution one of the business, plague a small company,executives are liable to
e) conflicts, which in the past might have led to its dissolution plague a small company, executives tend to
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But, where are you going ?

No seriously, where did you get these questions?

So you are from Thailand?? :lol:
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Dear Curly05
Yeah, I'm from Thailand. and you?
I obtain thsese q by excerpting from the lessons. :wink:
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When bitter manegerial conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, executives are likely to turn to outside professional counselors to help resolve disagreement.
a) conflicts that in the past might have led to dissolution of the business, executives are likely to
b) conflicts plague a small company, conflicts that might have in the past led to its dissolution, executives likely will
c) conflicts plague a small company, which in the past might have led to the business dissolution, executives are liable to
d) conflicts, which in the past might have led to dissolution one of the business, plague a small company,executives are liable to
e) conflicts, which in the past might have led to its dissolution plague a small company, executives tend to


I think the answer is A.
The answer with "be likely to" verbal phrase is right if this verbal phrase appears on GMAT question.
I think it is a trick.
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Now this is an awkward sc !!!

I would choose A, because it doesn't seem proper to repeat "plague a small company" in B,C,D and E.
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New post 03 Jul 2003, 01:54
All option sound horrible. Where has this question originated.

Anyways the best answer is "A".
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New post 03 Jul 2003, 05:49
That's great.
The correct answer is A. :)
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New post 03 Jul 2003, 06:29
If all the options are ugly and odd, we, nevertheless, have to pick one. That is the core idea of SC. No need to find a PERFECT sentence, but just BEST of the given. See a difference?

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New post 03 Jul 2003, 06:47
:wink: i just feel Curly wanted to know... that where the questions came from.( which study material).
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New post 03 Jul 2003, 07:53
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:wink: i just feel Curly wanted to know... that where the questions came from.( which study material).


In my impression, those questions come from GMAT+ stuff.
Those questions should be appeared in past paper test.
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New post 03 Jul 2003, 23:10
Dear all,
I actually have no idea about where they are from?
but I just excerpted from my class, in Thailand.

I feel that these questions I posted are very tough for me, non-native language users. So I'd like to see all your view points.
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Are these questions tricky for u?
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