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A new marketing gimmick, which is evident at most carnivals, are waves

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A new marketing gimmick, which is evident at most carnivals, are waves of street artists and roadside performers, which include jugglers and attract and fascinate pedestrians at the crossroads.

A. A new marketing gimmick, which is evident at most carnivals, are waves of street artists and roadside performers, which include jugglers and

B. Evident at most carnivals are waves of street artists and roadside performers with jugglers, a new marketing gimmick that

C. A new marketing gimmick evident at most carnivals is a wave of street artists and roadside performers, many of them jugglers, who

D. Marketing gimmicky new waves of street artists, roadside performers, and jugglers are visible at most carnival, which

E. A wave of street artists and roadside performers, many of whom are jugglers, are evident at the crossroads, where they are a new marketing gimmick and


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Re: A new marketing gimmick, which is evident at most carnivals, are waves  [#permalink]

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Good question i went with the meaning of the sentence.

Eliminated B, D and E since a marketing gimmick needs to be evident in the carnival. A and C left - C seemed a better option than A - Primilary because of " , which" and ",are wave of" context of, are without a noun didn't make sense!

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A new marketing gimmick, which is evident at most carnivals, are waves of street artists and roadside performers, which include jugglers and attract and fascinate pedestrians at the crossroads.

A. A new marketing gimmick, which is evident at most carnivals, are waves of street artists and roadside performers, which include jugglers and

B. Evident at most carnivals are waves of street artists and roadside performers with jugglers, a new marketing gimmick that

C. A new marketing gimmick evident at most carnivals is a wave of street artists and roadside performers, many of them jugglers, who

D. Marketing gimmicky new waves of street artists, roadside performers, and jugglers are visible at most carnival, which

E. A wave of street artists and roadside performers, many of whom are jugglers, are evident at the crossroads, where they are a new marketing gimmick and


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A - Incorrect:

The singular subject a gimmick does not agree with the plural auxiliary verb are and with the plurality of the second subject waves.

B - Incorrect:

The relative pronoun that relates to the preceding noun gimmick, and thus the plural verb attract does not agree in number with the singular noun gimmick.

C - Correct:

The singular subjects a gimmick and a wave agree with the singular verb is. The relative pronoun who relates logically to jugglers.

D - Incorrect:

The problem in this option is the phrase Marketing gimmicky new waves... would mean the performers are marketing waves of street artists, which makes no sense.

E - Incorrect:

The problem is that the singular A wave, which is conceived of as one entity, should not take the plural verb are. Also the use of the phrase at the crossroads twice, while grammatically OK, is stylistically clunky. Check out chapter 8 for more information on the GMAT’s preferred style of writing.


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