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# After bounty hunters turn over their captives to the

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After bounty hunters turn over their
captives to the authorities, they often are
denied due process of law.

A. After bounty hunters turn over their
captives to the authorities, they often
are denied due process of law.

B. After turning over bounty hunters’
captives to the authorities, the
authorities often deny them due
process of law.

C. The authorities often deny captives
due process of law after bounty
hunters turn the captives over to the
authorities.

D. Bounty hunters turn over their
captives to the authorities, often being
denied due process of law.

E. A captive, when turned over by
bounty hunters to the authorities, is
often denied due process of law.

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23 Jun 2009, 03:14
Ans shud be C. It's more active and clearer than the rest.
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23 Jun 2009, 03:30
vnbui wrote:
After bounty hunters turn over their
captives to the authorities, they often are
denied due process of law.

A. After bounty hunters turn over their
captives to the authorities, they often
are denied due process of law.

B. After turning over bounty hunters’
captives to the authorities, the
authorities often deny them due
process of law.

C. The authorities often deny captives
due process of law after bounty
hunters turn the captives over to the
authorities.

D. Bounty hunters turn over their
captives to the authorities, often being
denied due process of law.

E. A captive, when turned over by
bounty hunters to the authorities, is
often denied due process of law.

IMO=E

I had a toss-up between "C" and "E". "C" repeats the word authorities in the last part of sentence when it should've been understood from before. The repeated the authorities could be replaced with the plural "them".

"E" has right order of events and clear reference of "who exactly" is denied due process of law.

What is the OA?
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23 Jun 2009, 05:12
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23 Jun 2009, 06:21
OA is C,
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23 Jun 2009, 07:31
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I think C. Because there is a singular/plural error in E. How can "a captive" can be turned over by "bounty hunters" to the "authorities"?
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23 Jun 2009, 08:24
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i think captives due process of law is a phrase, and C is right by that
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23 Jun 2009, 10:21
I think E is wrong because it misses the point who denies?
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23 Jun 2009, 19:35
To me this question is very ungmat like.

E is wrong because the when used as a relative pronoun can only modify time. right

C is the best.

looks like this if from peterson's take it with a grain of salt

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