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# A new phenomena, which is visible at Managuas major

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15 Jun 2007, 13:33
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A new phenomena, which is visible at Managua’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 Managua’s major intersections, are waves of vendors and beggars, which include many children and
(B) Visible at Managua’s major intersections are waves of vendors and beggars with many children, new phenomena that
(C) A new phenomenon visible at Managua’s major intersections is waves of vendors and beggars, many of them children, who (OA)
(D) Phenomenally new waves of vendors, beggars, and many children are visible at Managua’s major intersections, which
(E) A wave of vendors and beggars, many of whom are children, are visible at Managua’s major intersections, where they are a new phenomenon and
I chose A - is it to with the difference between the words phenomena/phenomenon. Because I chose A

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15 Jun 2007, 13:54
This sentence states verb and pronoun error.
A new phenomenon,.........., are waves of.....WRONG Usage
waves of vendors and beggars, which include many children ..... Does wave include them?

But C uses clear verbs and also includes "many of them(children & begger.)"

So It's C

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16 Jun 2007, 01:19

A new phenomena..... is... is the correct usage.

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15 Sep 2010, 12:52
OK, OA is C.
However I have a SVA issue. C says: A new phenomenon is waves??

Should not it be "are"??? Waves is plural...

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Re: SC1000 - A new phenomena [#permalink]

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01 Jan 2011, 08:42
(C)

(A) A new phenomena, which is visible at Managua’s major intersections, are waves of vendors and beggars, which include many children and
(B) Visible at Managua’s major intersections are waves of vendors and beggars with many children, new phenomena that
(C) A new phenomenon visible at Managua’s major intersections is waves of vendors and beggars, many of them children, who --> CORRECT
(D) Phenomenally new waves of vendors, beggars, and many children are visible at Managua’s major intersections, which
(E) A wave of vendors and beggars, many of whom are children, are visible at Managua’s major intersections, where they are a new phenomenon and
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