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# Among lower- paid workers, union members are less likely

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Among lower- paid workers, union members are less likely than non union members to be enrolled in lower - end insurance plans imposing stricter limits on medical services and requiring doctors to see more patients, and spend less time with each.

A) imposing stricter limits on medical services and requiring doctors to see more patients, and spend
B) imposing stricter limits on medical services , requiring doctors to see more patients, and spending
C) that impose stricter limits on medical services, require doctors to see more patients, and spend
D) that impose stricter limits on medical services and require doctors to see more patients, spending
E) that impose stricter limits on medical services, requiring doctors to see more patients and spending

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05 May 2008, 07:09
B,D,E 'see' is not parallel to 'spending'. (to see more patients, and (to) spend less ..)
C 'that' is missing before 'require' to make it parallel with 'that impose'.
A wins. plans imposing X and (plans) requiring A to (b and c).

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05 May 2008, 11:18
It should be between C D and E

C and E are giving sense that plans are spending time with each patients which is not the case .D seems correct but the last and is dubious .If and is not there ,In D participle phrase after comma is correctly modifying doctors.

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05 May 2008, 11:24
saravalli wrote:
B,D,E 'see' is not parallel to 'spending'. (to see more patients, and (to) spend less ..)
C 'that' is missing before 'require' to make it parallel with 'that impose'.
A wins. plans imposing X and (plans) requiring A to (b and c).

I see it a little different.

low-end insurance plans..
B) imposing stricter limits on medical services , requiring doctors to see more patients, and spending

Imposing, requiring, and spending. It's low-end insurance plans that were concerned with not the doctors.

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05 May 2008, 13:58
A for me
B) should end with "doctors to see AND spend"
C) typical run-on sentence problem whereby dependent clause beginning with "require" should be linked with a conjunction
D) would have been good if "spending" was parallel with the rest. Basically, "and" as conjunction is linking a dependent clause with a phrase (ie spending less time with each) and is a syntax breach.
E) same problem as B) for "spending" verb
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05 May 2008, 14:05
gixxer1000 wrote:
saravalli wrote:
B,D,E 'see' is not parallel to 'spending'. (to see more patients, and (to) spend less ..)
C 'that' is missing before 'require' to make it parallel with 'that impose'.
A wins. plans imposing X and (plans) requiring A to (b and c).

I see it a little different.

low-end insurance plans..
B) imposing stricter limits on medical services , requiring doctors to see more patients, and spending

Imposing, requiring, and spending. It's low-end insurance plans that were concerned with not the doctors.

so you are saying plans imposing,plans requiring, and plans spending..
Can you expln to what does 'each' refering to?

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05 May 2008, 14:07
There's a typo by the author in choice D - an extra "and" is added to the OQ.

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10 May 2008, 02:32
zhenmaster wrote:
There's a typo by the author in choice D - an extra "and" is added to the OQ.

Typo is now corrected.
OA is D.

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