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21 Oct 2009, 10:45
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Hi,

What is the rule for using (ing-verbs) after a common??
what if we remove the common and keep it as it is (that included)?
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22 Oct 2009, 09:43

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22 Oct 2009, 16:38
This is what I found from other posts with this question:

Cannot have ‘that’ after comma. Hence, A is wrong. Further, in this case, the "which" is trying to refer to "several posts", which is way too far away from the comma to be acceptable. Hence D is wrong.
B is wrong because 'includes' is singular and posts to which it is referred is plural. E is awkward.

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22 Oct 2009, 17:18
gmatprep09 wrote:
This is what I found from other posts with this question:

Cannot have ‘that’ after comma. Hence, A is wrong. Further, in this case, the "which" is trying to refer to "several posts", which is way too far away from the comma to be acceptable. Hence D is wrong.
B is wrong because 'includes' is singular and posts to which it is referred is plural. E is awkward.

how did you find the other posts?
Im not familiar with the search process. For example, how can I know if my question was already posted by someone else?

Thanks again

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16 Nov 2009, 11:53
C is the most succinct option which correctly uses the adverbial modifier

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