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# At a time when narrowly won presidential elections seem more

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At a time when narrowly won presidential elections seem more [#permalink]

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19 Jun 2009, 00:58
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15. At a time when narrowly won presidential elections seem more the rule than the exception,
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the proliferation of small third parties would have
a bargaining power that few of them have ever enjoyed before.
(A) the proliferation of small third parties would have
(B) the number of small third parties would have
(C) the existence of small third parties has
(D) the proliferation of small third parties has
(E) small third parties have

Oa is
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e

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19 Jun 2009, 01:20
This is not done! SC questions can be tough grammatically but this!!!

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Is this okay?

Last edited by paneer on 19 Jun 2009, 01:24, edited 1 time in total.
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19 Jun 2009, 01:21
can u underline the part that should be underlined?

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19 Jun 2009, 03:12
First of all, the question is tough, and then above that you have posted the question in such a way .... game over
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19 Jun 2009, 03:43
Please change the way you have presented the question.
The ans is indeed E. Proliferation can not have a verb that is attributed to living things.
Also, The number of refers to singular noun.
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19 Jun 2009, 04:59
urchin wrote:
Please change the way you have presented the question.
The ans is indeed E. Proliferation can not have a verb that is attributed to living things.
Also, The number of refers to singular noun.

Yes, certainly E. "parties" can have "bargaining powers". The "proliferation" or "existence" cannot have bargaining powers
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19 Jun 2009, 13:14
Can you please post it again with the underline
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19 Jun 2009, 13:42
15. At a time when narrowly won presidential elections seem more the rule than the exception, the proliferation of small third parties would have a bargaining power that few of them have ever enjoyed before.
(A) the proliferation of small third parties would have
(B) the number of small third parties would have
(C) the existence of small third parties has
(D) the proliferation of small third parties has
(E) small third parties have

Apology for the trouble...Question in the right manner now...

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Re: good one....   [#permalink] 19 Jun 2009, 13:42
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