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Although some parents believe that the local all-girls school should begin to admit boys, others claim that girls would participate actively in class only if they had all-girls classes.


(A) that girls would participate actively in class only if they had all-girls classes

(B) that girls will only participate actively in a class if it is all-girls

(C) that girls will only participate actively in an all-girls class

(D) that girls would participate actively only in a class that were all-girls

(E) that girls in all-girls classes will participate actively in that situation only

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Re: Although some parents believe that the local all-girls school should  [#permalink]

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Although some parents believe that the local all-girls school should begin to admit boys, others claim that girls would participate actively in class only if they had all-girls classes.


(A) that girls would participate actively in class only if they had all-girls classes

(B) that girls will only participate actively in a class if it is all-girls

(C) that girls will only participate actively in an all-girls class

(D) that girls would participate actively only in a class that were all-girls

(E) that girls in all-girls classes will participate actively in that situation only

Must be (C) for the highlighted errors in other options, as "Only" correctly modifies the intended word "participate"
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Although some parents believe that the local all-girls school should begin to admit boys, others claim that girls would participate actively in class only if they had all-girls classes.


(A) that girls would participate actively in class only if they had all-girls classes

(B) that girls will only participate actively in a class if it is all-girls

(C) that girls will only participate actively in an all-girls class

(D) that girls would participate actively only in a class that were all-girls

(E) that girls in all-girls classes will participate actively in that situation only

Must be (C) for the highlighted errors in other options, as "Only" correctly modifies the intended word "participate"
Hey Abhishek,

Don't you think C says girls will ONLY participate whereas the intended meaning should be - girls would participate actively ONLY in a class that were all girls.

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Bunuel wrote:
Although some parents believe that the local all-girls school should begin to admit boys, others claim that girls would participate actively in class only if they had all-girls classes.


(A) that girls would participate actively in class only if they had all-girls classes

(B) that girls will only participate actively in a class if it is all-girls

(C) that girls will only participate actively in an all-girls class

(D) that girls would participate actively only in a class that were all-girls

(E) that girls in all-girls classes will participate actively in that situation only


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The initial sentence is a mess in terms of word order and clarity. Break down the different options. First of all, would participate is the incorrect tense; the verbs up to this point in this sentence have been in the simple present tense and there's no reason to switch into the conditional would. Eliminate (A) and (D). Next, in an all-girls class is far more succinct than in a class if it is all-girls so take out (B). Finally, (C) is the best of your remaining options because it is less repetitive and is more consistent with the meaning of the original sentence than (E). Go with (C).
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The correct answer should be: "that girls will participate actively only in an all-girls class".
This means that the girls would not actively participate if the class were co-ed.
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