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Any real estate professional will tell you that

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Re: Any real estate professional will tell you that [#permalink]

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Aniketa wrote:
Any real estate professional will tell you that the value of a parcel of land is most directly affected by the extent of its development and how close it is to a major business center

A) the extent of its development
B) whether it has been developed extensively
C) how extensively it has developed
D) the extent to which it has developed
E) how extensively it has been developed


Wanted to choose E, but remembered some similar question from this forum, where "developed" was used in an active form, and chose C.

Question. Why is it ok to say.
Chicago has developed into a big city since the late 1800s.
?
And not ok to use active form in our case?

We know, that people developed Chicago. But write "has developed".
We know, that people developed parcel of land. But write "has been developed".

What is the difference?
Re: Any real estate professional will tell you that   [#permalink] 31 Aug 2017, 04:14

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