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# 23. In June of 1989, Princeton Township approved a

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23. In June of 1989, Princeton Township approved a
developer's plans to build 300 houses on a large
portion of the 210-acre site of the Battle of Princeton,
one of only eight Revolutionary War battlefields
.

(A) one of only eight Revolutionary War
(B) one of eight of the only Revolutionary War
battlefields that have remained undeveloped
(C) one of the only eight undeveloped Revolutionary
War battlefields that remains
(D) only one of eight Revolutionary War
battlefields to remain undeveloped
(E) only one of the eight remaining undeveloped
Revolutionary War battlefields

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08 Apr 2004, 22:28
C is best. D changes the meaning of the sentence and creates a logical error. What is the point of developing the land if it is to remain undeveloped?
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09 Apr 2004, 08:24
I go with A.

C ends with "remains" which I'm assuming changes the meaning of the sentence. A's "had remained" means they built the houses on it and is the intention of the original sentence (IMO.)
Also, something about "one of the only eight" doesn't work for me. I'm not up on all my idiom rules but isn't it "one of only eight"??

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09 Apr 2004, 10:43
Jumbee wrote:
I go with A.

C ends with "remains" which I'm assuming changes the meaning of the sentence. A's "had remained" means they built the houses on it and is the intention of the original sentence (IMO.)
Also, something about "one of the only eight" doesn't work for me. I'm not up on all my idiom rules but isn't it "one of only eight"??

You are right Jumbee. The sentence is in the past tense and "had remained" is necessary to convey the idea that the lands no longer remain... in 1989 it had remained undeveloped but no longer today since it's already being built on nowadays.
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10 Apr 2004, 10:58
good jumbee OA is A.

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