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# A new phenomena, which is visible at Managuas major

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30 Jul 2005, 19:36
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A new phenomena, which is visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections, are waves of vendors and beggars, which include many children and mob cars at the stoplights.
(A) A new phenomena, which is visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections, are waves of vendors and beggars, which include many children and
(B) Visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections are waves of vendors and beggars with many children, new phenomena that
(C) A new phenomenon visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections is waves of vendors and beggars, many of them children, who
(D) Phenomenally new waves of vendors, beggars, and many children are visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections, which
(E) A wave of vendors and beggars, many of whom are children, are visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections, where they are a new phenomenon and

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30 Jul 2005, 21:36
Hmmmmmmm.

C. First i choosed B but now i am changing to C. i didnot see phenomenon, which is singular, so needs singular verb....

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31 Jul 2005, 06:18
Yes, C .
A subject verb problem
B is wrong, phenomenon can not rob cars
D is weird
E has subject verb problem
Many of them children is fine...

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31 Jul 2005, 09:51
A new phenomena, which is visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections, are waves of vendors and beggars, which include many children and mob cars at the stoplights.
(A) A new phenomena, which is visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections, are waves of vendors and beggars, which include many children and
(B) Visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections are waves of vendors and beggars with many children, new phenomena that
(C) A new phenomenon visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections is waves of vendors and beggars, many of them children, who
(D) Phenomenally new waves of vendors, beggars, and many children are visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections, which
(E) A wave of vendors and beggars, many of whom are children, are visible at Managuaâ€™s major intersections, where they are a new phenomenon and

A - SV agreement issue
B - Changes the meaning of the sentence
C - Keep
D - Wrong - Verb and also changes the meaning of the sentence
E - They is ambiguous in reference

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31 Jul 2005, 15:26
good point Himalaya....Phenomenon is singular and we need a singular verb "is"

C it is

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31 Jul 2005, 15:59
C for me.

surprisingly the usage of A new phenomena
is correct. It is a nonstandrad form of 'phenomenon'.

Its plural form is: phenomenas.

which is different from 'agenda' (the plural form of agendum)
and 'stamina' (the plural form of stamen)[/b]

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31 Jul 2005, 15:59
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