Nice work to everybody on this one. Quick addition:
Beware when you have a split between "its" and "their." The GMAT loves to test your understanding of "its" and "their." These are two of the "deadly five" pronouns.
"Although the company has changed their policies recently..."
"Although the company has changed its policies recently..."
"Every team in the league should submit their schedule by November."
"Every team in the league should submit its schedule by November."
In both of these examples, you need to use the second example because both "the company" and "everyone" are singular.
Happy to field questions!
Brett Beach-Kimball | Manhattan GMAT Instructor
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