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5 Some auto companies establish several chain used-car

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5 Some auto companies establish several chain used-car dealerships with promised guaranteed quality and extensive services.

A. with promised
B. promising
C. that promise
D. promised

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New post 21 May 2007, 02:21
Go with C,
B is out because it seems to me PROMISING requires comma if it is participle . In addition it may refer to companies or dealerships. A and D don't make any sense in the context.
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New post 21 May 2007, 03:01
I will go with C

a) with promised guaranteed => redundant
b) promising guaranteed => avoid "ing" on GMAT unless preceeded by a
comma !!
d) promised guaranteed => wrong sentence structure


C seems to be the best fit !!

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