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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

(A) Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established

(B) The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established

(C) The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established

(D) Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established

(E) Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing
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Can you please explain why B and D is wrong ?

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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

(A) Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established

(B) The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established

(C) The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established

(D) Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established

(E) Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing

hello generis, any idea why D is wrong ? it was my choice :-)

Hi dave13 and teaserbae ,

(I am not the expert from Magoosh, but I am replying to your callout from yesterday.)

Although sumit411 is partly correct about GMAC's preference for modifiers that are not back-to-back, the rules that govern the different types of possible combinations are complex and subject to exceptions and variations that make my head hurt.

Options B and D can be eliminated on fairly straightforward grounds.

This question tests logical predication and parallelism.

The sentence is supposed to describe two separate things about an act of Congress.

Fact #1: the act was passed on April 24, 1800.

Fact #2: its provisions made two things happen: "A" (moved the government to a new city); and "B" (established the Library of Congress)

Both options B and D fail at that descriptive task.

Look at the modifiers.

Essential and nonessential modifiers (and "that" vs. "which")

Note: in this post, "restrictive" and "essential" are interchangeable. Similarly, "non-restrictive" and "nonessential" are interchangeable.

The modifiers in B and D are set off by commas. The modifiers, therefore, allegedly are not essential.

Logically, however, the modifiers are essential to convey the two different facts about the act (when it was passed and what it did).

The absence of commas signals that a modifier is restrictive. Only restrictive modifiers are not set off by commas.
Stated differently, only essential modifiers have no commas.

Hence the "THAT without commas" construction signals an essential part of the sentence. Removing an essential modifier changes the core of the sentence.

The "WHICH + commas" construction indicates that the information is not essential to the core of the sentence and can be removed without changing the meaning of the sentence.

So -- remove the "comma WHICH" clause from B (allegedly that "which" clause merely provides some extra information). We have:

(B) The act of Congress making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

Incorrect. We can't just remove the date on which an important piece of legislation was approved! When it was approved makes a difference to the meaning of the sentence.

Option B also sets off "making provision for" with commas. We will remove that modifier, too -- right below, in option D.

In Option D, again we have an allegedly nonessential modifier ("making provision for" is set off by commas). Remove that phrase.

(B) and (D): The act of Congress also established the Library of Congress.

Definitely not correct. (Date of approval? First provision of the act? We cannot have an "also" without a second something to which the "also" refers.)

Parallel verb forms

In addition, if you missed the modifier issue (learn about essential and nonessential modifiers HERE), the verb forms that describe the act's provisions are not parallel in options B and D.

As both original options stand, we have:

X makING provision for A . . . and establishED B

(We can use "and" in place of "also" in discussing the contents of the act in these two options. The comma that precedes "also" exists only because a city and its territory are named. If the sentence used "new city" instead of "Washington, D.C.," there would be no comma before "also.")

MakING and establishED are not parallel. The CORRECT construction is:

X made provision for A and established B

OR (in correct option A): The X that made provision for A also established B.

The weird modifier: [date], making?

Finally, most of the time, a comma + ___ ING (present participle modifier) refers to whatever precedes it. B and D say:

. . . April 24, 1800, making . . .

The date that the act was passed and the content of the act have nothing to do with each other.
The modifier is illogical at best.

Avoid confusion, remember the "touch" rule, and use option A as a benchmark

Okay, I fibbed. I have one more thought. We should think explicitly about the "touch" rule. (So far we have been using the rule tacitly.)

The "touch" rule states that a noun and its modifier should be placed next to each other, and if that construct is not possible they should be placed as close together as possible.

Remember the reason for the rule. A sentence may contain many nouns. If the sentence also contains noun modifiers, the reader needs to know which noun is being modified (and by which modifier).

The basic idea is very simple. If I am writing some information about something, I should put that information close to what I am writing about.

Answer A sets the two important facts about the act right next to the act. The two separate facts are placed right before and right after "the act."
Option A uses the essential modifier THAT and thus is crystal clear that all of the information contained in the description of the act's provisions is vital.

Although finding four wrong answers is the best strategy, sometimes that strategy must include comparing answers.
Whittle down the options. Compare those that remain. (Ideally none remain, but that scenario will not happen every time.)

Some very hard SCs may look as if no answer could be correct. In this case, however, at the least option A is a clear possibility.

As you try to sort through all the issues that B and D present, remember to compare what you like with options that have no glaring errors.

dave13 and teaserbae - I hope that answer helps. :-)

If not, ask your question a bit more specifically and we'll be glad to help.
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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing


A sounds good. no modifier issue and verbs, 'approved' and 'established', are also parallel
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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing


Could you please throw some light on why "making provision" is incorrect ?
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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established--wrong case of principal and subordinate action
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established--changes the meaning by replacing 'also' with 'and'
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established--misplaced modifier
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing
--wrong case of principal and subordinate action
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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision >> Act was approved at the time of making a provision, no, the act was approved and then it made a provision, continuous tense is not apt here for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision > reasoning same as B for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing


Could you please throw some light on why "making provision" is incorrect ?

Light thrown :)
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Light thrown :)


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So I assume I am wrong, what is the OA :)
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So I assume I am wrong, what is the OA :)


Thanks for the explanation. The OA is indeed A.

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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing


I also chose A as my answer. Here's how:
A) Looks good. "Approved April 24, 1800" modifies "the act." Essentially, this sentence is saying "the act of congress also established the Library of Congress." This clause is complete.

B) The act of congress approved April 24, 1800??? Isn't that a bit too late for the act of congress to approve how the calender year is set up??? calender year was established YEARS before the U.S. even existed. get my point?

C) Same issue as B, but also it suggests that April 24, 1800 made provision for the removal of the government??? you must be high on drugs if you think that a date can actually do such a thing ;)

D) "Approved" is a past participle acting as an adjective, so it MUST refer to noun attached to the next word after the comma. In this case, we have "making provision". So "making provision" approved April 24, 1800??? SINCE WHEN?? Are you kidding me?? lol

E) We have an issue with parallelism. We have "the act of congress MADE.....also ESTABLISHING." One is in the past and another one is in the present participle.

So answer A remains
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A is perfect

Others do not satisfy either parallelism or tenses.
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A is indeed the right choice here.

B has a problem with parallelism. C illogically states a date was approved. D puts two modifiers ahead of the subject: act of Congress. The result is a sentence that is wordy, confusing, and ungrammatical. E contains faulty parallelism; "made provision" and "also establishing" are not parallel.
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A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established <correcto>
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing
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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established - CORRECT
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing
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IMO A...
Friends, even if we concentrate on Verb form, we can eliminate all options but A. The act : Made...also Established. Right !!
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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing



Does anyone have a more user friendly explanations for this using POE??? Why is B,C,D,E wrong?? PLEASE EXPLAIN IN DETAIL....
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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.



Hi All,

I think first part of A is sentence fragment. Please advise how can be "made" parallel to "establish" ?
Why, please see below :-
Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established[/u] the Library of Congress.

Approved April 24, 1800 = Modifier
that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city = Essential Modifier

Washington. D.C.= Modifier modifying federal city.

also established= Everyone who says A is correct answer assuming "established" parallel to "made" so we can remove it, still sentence should make sense. You can remove second part of any parallel structure still first part will make sense.

Remaining sentence :
[strike]Approved April 24, 1800,[/strike] the act [strike]of Congress[/strike] [strike]that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city[/strike], [strike]Washington. D.C.[/strike].

Please advise if "also" is being used here as a connector not as adverb.
Please advise where is verb for subject "The Act" in first part of sentence.
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Can someone provide a detailed analysis on this question. Thanks!
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Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington. D.C., also established the Library of Congress.

E is incorrect because:
E. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also establishing , if you use COMMA + ING you are modifying the preceding clause, you are saying something like "the act made provisions and the result of that is the "establishing of the LC".
B has the same problem, the COMMA + ING modifies the preceding clause
B. The act of Congress, which was approved April 24, 1800, <==making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
Remember that COMMA + ING gives to the sentence a new meaning.

C has two errors:
C. The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., and established
If the sentence were "the act of congress, which made" which could jump to the "act" and modify it (because "the act of Congress" is a noun phrase); but in this sentence "The act of Congress approved April 24, 1800, which " which cannot jump over also "April" because it's another noun.
The second error is in the structure of the sentence: if you remove the "WHICH modifier" and "approved April(another mod) you are left with
C. The act of Congress and established.

A. Approved April 24, 1800, the act of Congress that made provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., also established
D. Approved April 24, 1800, making provision for the removal of the government of the United States to the new federal city, Washington, D.C., the act of Congress also established


This is tough. I can say that you should be suspicious about the structure of D: "modifier, modifier, subject" (but this is not an error).

A properly identifies the act: the act THAT(<==defines which act) did X also did Y.
D (this is sneaky and BTW this is a 700+ level IMO) does not identify which act. It uses not essential modifier that hence can be removed without affecting the sentence, but if I remove those I get "the act of Congress also established" : which act? The meaning does change a lot.
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In option A. Dont we need 'AND established' to say 2 things that act of congress did?
Not understanding how also established is making sense with act of congress.

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Hi Manas, if you replace also with and, this would not be a complete sentence.

The structure would then be like this:

The knife that cuts apples and cuts mangoes.

Clearly, this is not a complete sentence. We can fix this as:

The knife that cuts apples, also cuts mangoes.
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