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# Although it claims to delve into political issues,

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Although it claims to delve into political issues, television can be superficial such as when each of the three major networks broadcast exactly the same statement from a political candidate.

(A) superficial such as when each of the three major networks
(B) superficial, as can sometimes occur if all of the three major networks
(C) superficial if the three major networks all
(D) superficial whenever each of the three major networks
(E) superficial, as when the three major networks each

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23 Aug 2006, 01:21
(E) for the correct S-V construction. Networks...broadcast...

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23 Aug 2006, 01:47
GMATT73 wrote:
(E) for the correct S-V construction. Networks...broadcast...

I'll go with C...

E has each which needs a singular verb

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23 Aug 2006, 03:45
A - "each of.." takes a singular verb, but "broadcast" is plural
B - "can sometimes occur" changes the meaning + "all of" isn't OK,
C - the most consise + the subject is plural
D - again "each of.."
E - non-grammatical ?

I choose C - (might be E)
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23 Aug 2006, 05:44
sumitsarkar82 wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
(E) for the correct S-V construction. Networks...broadcast...

I'll go with C...

E has each which needs a singular verb

Make a special note: IF is almost always WRONG on the GMAT SC, unless the sentence is conveying a hypothetical/conditional tone.

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23 Aug 2006, 07:09
Matt correct me, if I'm wrong

The three major networks each broadcasts ---- right

THe three major networks broadcast -- right.

I personally feel B is wordy but right usage.

C is also having better SV agreement .

I will go for B or C.

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23 Aug 2006, 07:50
GMATT73 wrote:
The three major networks each broadcasts ---- right ---> wrong ""each of + plural verb"

Since when each takes a plural verb ???

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23 Aug 2006, 08:07
If "each" is used before the subject, then it is singular. If "each" is used after the subject, it has no bearing on the verb. (It can be plural)

Each of the students wants a burger
The three major networks each are good

Guys, pl. correct me if my explanation is wrong
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23 Aug 2006, 08:15
Going for E here..
I second rnachloo's explanation.
I remember the tricky use of each, w.r.t the subject.

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23 Aug 2006, 08:58
GMATT73 wrote:
Matt correct me, if I'm wrong

The three major networks each broadcasts ---- right ---> wrong ""each of + plural verb"

THe three major networks broadcast -- right.

I personally feel B is wordy but right usage.

C is also having better SV agreement .

I will go for B or C.

"can sometimes" in B is redundant.

I meant to say broadcasts, which is singular, not plural.

Nice catch!

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23 Aug 2006, 23:15
sumitsarkar82 wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
The three major networks each broadcasts ---- right ---> wrong ""each of + plural verb"

Since when each takes a plural verb ???

This is E for sure.

"each of plural" takes singular verb
but when each follows some plural verb then "each" has no bearing on the verb and verb will be according to the subject that is preceding "each".
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