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# As litigation grows more complex, the need that experts

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03 Nov 2004, 07:44
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129. As litigation grows more complex, the need that experts explain technical issues becomes more apparent.
(A) that experts explain technical issues becomes
(B) for experts to explain technical issues became
(C) for experts to explain technical issues becomes
(D) that technical issues be explained by experts became
(E) that there be explanations of technical issues by experts has become

Plz explain

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03 Nov 2004, 12:21
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(C) for experts to explain technical issues becomes

'Need for' is required...Remember the game-'NFS-Need for speed. '
Became is past tense .So eliminate B.
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03 Nov 2004, 23:43
My ans is C

the need for is idiomatic and the singular verb is needed here "the need... becomes"

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05 Nov 2004, 05:39
Need for is the right idiom and "becomes" is the right singular form for need.
Hence C

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06 Nov 2004, 12:51
Yeah, need for experts - Choice "C" lloks good than "need that..."

interesting to know OA and Explanation

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06 Nov 2004, 22:25
--> "Need for" is the right idiom so eliminate A,D,E
--> also experts "explain technical issues" is not as clear as experts to "explain technical issues"
--> "becomes" to maintain the parallelism with grows

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07 Nov 2004, 01:31
I take on with c...

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07 Nov 2004, 04:25
I go for C.
I think "Need For" is an idiomatic phrase.
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08 Nov 2004, 13:03

"the need for sth" is idiomatic

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09 Nov 2004, 02:31
Will go with C..

trust me, im in the legal profession
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