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# Because the Supreme Court has ruled that the prosecution in

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Because the Supreme Court has ruled that the prosecution in a job
discrimination case must prove not only that the employer lied about the
reasons for dismissal but also that those reasons were discriminatory,
plaintiffs in such cases fear that they will have no higher court __ that
they can appeal to when their cases are __ decided in lower courts.

(a) that they can appeal to when their cases are
(b) to which to appeal after their cases have been
(c) for appealing if their case has been
(d) to which they can appeal if their case is
(e) that their cases can appeal, if they have been

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21 Oct 2004, 13:30
I am hanging between C and D. Will choose D and go on.

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21 Oct 2004, 13:53
tyagel wrote:
Because the Supreme Court has ruled that the prosecution in a job
discrimination case must prove not only that the employer lied about the
reasons for dismissal but also that those reasons were discriminatory,
plaintiffs in such cases fear that they will have no higher court __ that
they can appeal to when their cases are __ decided in lower courts.

(a) that they can appeal to when their cases are
(b) to which to appeal after their cases have been
(c) for appealing if their case has been
(d) to which they can appeal if their case is
(e) that their cases can appeal, if they have been

I would go with A
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21 Oct 2004, 15:31
A looks the best to me.

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21 Oct 2004, 16:02
I have to agree with D as most concise here. A is unecessarily wordy. "court to which X can appeal" seems idiomatic to me
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21 Oct 2004, 16:07
I like (A) better.

Mutiple people multiple cases.

I believe You always apeal to the court - This is the correct usage

Let us wait for the OA.

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22 Oct 2004, 05:01
OA is B

A is incorrect because it makes it sound like a done deal. That there cases will be decided by lower courts and that they will want to appeal.

C is incorrect because for appealing is unidiomatic

D is incorrect because of verb tense. The sequence of events requires "after the cases have been".

E has ambiguous they.

Im also wondering if B is better because sentence says "plaintiffs in such cases" requiring paralllel "cases". They have more than one case that is to be decided.

I initially went with D because I felt it was clear and concise.

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22 Oct 2004, 06:19
I believe (B) is right because of have been

The cases have to be decided first for them to apeal later to higher courts.

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22 Oct 2004, 07:00
Nice question. This is like the "Beckett-translation" problem whereby logical sequence of actions should be considered
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22 Oct 2004, 08:52
I was down to B and D but chose D. I see the logic behind B.

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