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Although the term “segue” has come into popular use in the last few ye

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Although the term “segue” has come into popular use in the last few years, especially in journalism, in musicology it is when one proceeds to what follows without pause.

A. it is when one proceeds to
B. it is proceeding to
C. it is when one is proceeding to
D. it refers to a direction to proceed to
E. it is in reference to proceeding with

Originally posted by parijit on 14 Sep 2018, 20:06.
Last edited by Bunuel on 15 Sep 2018, 03:00, edited 1 time in total.
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New post 15 Sep 2018, 11:39
parijit wrote:
Although the term “segue” has come into popular use in the last few years, especially in journalism, in musicology it is when one proceeds to what follows without pause.

A. it is when one proceeds to
B. it is proceeding to
C. it is when one is proceeding to
D. it refers to a direction to proceed to
E. it is in reference to proceeding with

A. Wrong use of when, unacceptable in GMAT to use when or where unless referring to time or place respectively.
B. The wrong form of tense, it should be in the simple present.
C. Same as in A
D. clear meaning and right tense
E. to proceeding is wrong.
Hence, D.
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