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Dr. Philip Guiterrez, along with his four distinguished collegues, are presenting their dynamic theory of neuron regeneration at symposiums in Athens and Milan during the summer of 2003.

(A) Dr. Philip Guiterrez, along with his four distinguished collegues, are
(B) Dr. Philip Guiterrez, along with his four distinguished collegues, is
(C) Dr. Philip Guiterrez, in addition to his four distinguished collegues, are
(D) Dr. Philip Guiterrez, as well as his four distinguished collegues, are
(E) Dr. Philip Guiterrez and his four distinguished collegues is

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Dr. Philip Guiterrez, along with his four distinguished collegues, are presenting their dynamic theory of neuron regeneration at symposiums in Athens and Milan during the summer of 2003.

(A) Dr. Philip Guiterrez, along with his four distinguished collegues, are
(B) Dr. Philip Guiterrez, along with his four distinguished collegues, is
(C) Dr. Philip Guiterrez, in addition to his four distinguished collegues, are
(D) Dr. Philip Guiterrez, as well as his four distinguished collegues, are
(E) Dr. Philip Guiterrez and his four distinguished collegues is

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A thru D should be singular, E using "and" should be plural.

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This question is terrible - but POE says B. Only word that can create a compound (plural) subject is "and"...

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B.

I think MGMAT explains this trap nicely. "And" compounds subject wheras 'along with' , 'in addition to ' 'as well as', ' including' ... don't. So if its not AND then stick with the tense of the subject, in this case Dr. Phillip.

If the question was something like "Four distinguished collegues, including Dr. Philip , then you must look for "are" and NOT "is", because subject here is four collegues.

E presents another trap. it uses "and" thus you must be looking for plurar "are" instead of "is".
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B.

I think MGMAT explains this trap nicely. "And" compounds subject wheras 'along with' , 'in addition to ' 'as well as', ' including' ... don't. So if its not AND then stick with the tense of the subject, in this case Dr. Phillip.

If the question was something like "Four distinguished collegues, including Dr. Philip , then you must look for "are" and NOT "is", because subject here is four collegues.

E presents another trap. it uses "and" thus you must be looking for plurar "are" instead of "is".


Agree on the rule, however ...is...their... reads a little strange. :?

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B.

I think MGMAT explains this trap nicely. "And" compounds subject wheras 'along with' , 'in addition to ' 'as well as', ' including' ... don't. So if its not AND then stick with the tense of the subject, in this case Dr. Phillip.

If the question was something like "Four distinguished collegues, including Dr. Philip , then you must look for "are" and NOT "is", because subject here is four collegues.

E presents another trap. it uses "and" thus you must be looking for plurar "are" instead of "is".


Agree on the rule, however ...is...their... reads a little strange. :?


For a minute I also thought 'their' reads strange, but later when I read in the full context it made sense.

Though B is grammatically correct, E if "is" is replaced with "are" would have been a better sentence conveying the same message.
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B.

I think MGMAT explains this trap nicely. "And" compounds subject wheras 'along with' , 'in addition to ' 'as well as', ' including' ... don't. So if its not AND then stick with the tense of the subject, in this case Dr. Phillip.

If the question was something like "Four distinguished collegues, including Dr. Philip , then you must look for "are" and NOT "is", because subject here is four collegues.

E presents another trap. it uses "and" thus you must be looking for plurar "are" instead of "is".


Agree on the rule, however ...is...their... reads a little strange. :?


For a minute I also thought 'their' reads strange, but later when I read in the full context it made sense.

Though B is grammatically correct, E if "is" is replaced with "are" would have been a better sentence conveying the same message.


You read my mind... :-D

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