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# According to some entrepreneurs, the most difficult choice one has to

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Re: According to some entrepreneurs, the most difficult choice one has to [#permalink]
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According to some entrepreneurs, the most difficult choice one has to make while starting a business is between quitting one’s day job and concentrating full time on the business, thereby risking one’s future, or continuing with one’s day job and working part time at the business until it finds its feet.

(A) or continuing

(B) and continuing

(C) or whether to continue

(D) or that to continue

(E) and whether to continue

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(A) The correct idiom is between...and.
(B) The correct answer. Quitting and continuing are also parallel.
(C) The correct idiom is between...and.
(D) The correct idiom is between...and.
(E) The use of whether is not required. To continue is not parallel to quitting
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Re: According to some entrepreneurs, the most difficult choice one has to [#permalink]
According to some entrepreneurs, the most difficult choice one has to make while starting a business is between quitting one’s day job and concentrating full time on the business, thereby risking one’s future, or continuing with one’s day job and working part time at the business until it finds its feet.

As soon as we see between we have to find the parallel marker AND .
Hence B is the only option which states and continuing
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Re: According to some entrepreneurs, the most difficult choice one has to [#permalink]
Bunuel wrote:
According to some entrepreneurs, the most difficult choice one has to make while starting a business is between quitting one’s day job and concentrating full time on the business, thereby risking one’s future, or continuing with one’s day job and working part time at the business until it finds its feet.

(A) or continuing

(B) and continuing

(C) or whether to continue

(D) or that to continue

(E) and whether to continue
The question tests correct usage of idioms...

Correct idiomatic usage of between is , betweex X and Y hence options (A), (C) & (D) rejected left with (A) and (E).

(E) can be rejected as "whether to continue" doesn't maintain the parallel structure as (B)...

According to some entrepreneurs, the most difficult choice one has to make while starting a business is between quitting one’s day job and concentrating full time on the business, thereby risking one’s future, and continuing with one’s day job and working part time at the business until it finds its feet.

Hence , correct Answer must be (B)
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