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Asset allocators create portfolios, often in the form of mutual funds, with the intention to turn in good results in both “bull” and “bear” markets.
(A) with the intention
(B) the intention of which is
(C) intended
(D) and intending
(E) so intended as

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spriya wrote:
Asset allocators create portfolios, often in the form of mutual funds, with the intention to turn in good results in both “bull” and “bear” markets.
(A) with the intention
(B) the intention of which is
(C) intended
(D) and intending
(E) so intended as


IMO (C).

A) Wordy and Awkward. Also portfolios cannot have any intention.
B) Same as (A).
C) CORRECT use of Adverbial Modifier.
D) AND is not required over here.
E) UnIdiomatic
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codesnooker wrote:
spriya wrote:
Asset allocators create portfolios, often in the form of mutual funds, with the intention to turn in good results in both “bull” and “bear” markets.
(A) with the intention
(B) the intention of which is
(C) intended
(D) and intending
(E) so intended as


IMO (C).

A) Wordy and Awkward. Also portfolios cannot have any intention.
B) Same as (A).
C) CORRECT use of Adverbial Modifier.
D) AND is not required over here.
E) UnIdiomatic



OA is C
The use with the intention can be associated with alocators too !!how did u eliminate this !!
Again adverbial modifier => can u explain a bit on this ,even in some other post i came across same

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