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A study by the Activists for Endangered Species Conservation motivated

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A study by the Activists for Endangered Species Conservation motivated local students to develop initiatives to restore the decreasing population of tigers, which involves imposing trade limits on the tiger industry, banning tiger hunting completely, and creating tiger reserves in each and every state


(A) which involves imposing trade limits on the tiger industry, banning

(B) which involves imposing limits on what can be traded in the tiger industry, banning

(C) which involve the imposition of trade limits for the tiger industry, the banning of

(D) involving imposing trade limits for the tiger industry, banning

(E) involving the imposing of limits to what can be traded in the tiger industry, the banning of

Originally posted by priyaravinder on 23 Aug 2018, 10:14.
Last edited by Bunuel on 23 Aug 2018, 20:24, edited 2 times in total.
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A study by the Activists for Endangered Species Conservation motivated local students to develop initiatives to restore the decreasing population of tigers, which involves imposing trade limits on the tiger industry, banning tiger hunting completely, and creating tiger reserves in each and every state

(A) which involves imposing trade limits on the tiger industry, banning

(B) which involves imposing limits on what can be traded in the tiger industry, banning

(C) which involve the imposition of trade limits for the tiger industry, the banning of

(D) involving imposing trade limits for the tiger industry, banning

(E) involving the imposing of limits to what can be traded in the tiger industry, the banning of


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IMO the answer should be D

A, B, C = wrong use of which to indicate a clause (while it can only be used to refer to a noun)

E = improper use of parallelism ; 'involving the imposing......, the banning... and creating' = 'the' missing before creating
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IMO the answer should be D

A, B, C = wrong use of which to indicate a clause (while it can only be used to refer to a noun)

E = improper use of parallelism ; 'involving the imposing......, the banning... and creating' = 'the' missing before creating


Must be so

COMMA + verb-ing modifier—> modifies the preceding clause.
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