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# Driven to desperation by their burgeoning loans,

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Driven to desperation by their burgeoning loans, the farmers tried innovative agricultural techniques, planted multiple crops, and even the sale of their poultry for generating additional money.

A. the sale of their poultry for generating additional money

B. sold their poultry to generate additional money

C. the sale of their poultry in money generation

D. generating money from the sale of their poultry

E. their poultry sale to generate additional money

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31 Jul 2017, 19:14
Paralleism check

Tried... Planted... Sold
Only B qualifies

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Parallelism is necessary to correct the sentence - option B is the right answer

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Tried.... Planted... and even Sold.. Once item doesn't have parallelism. B is correct. All other options don't have this parallelism.
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Driven to desperation by their burgeoning loans, the farmers tried innovative agricultural techniques, planted multiple crops, and even the sale of their poultry for generating additional money.

A. the sale of their poultry for generating additional money

B. sold their poultry to generate additional money

C. the sale of their poultry in money generation

D. generating money from the sale of their poultry

E. their poultry sale to generate additional money

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A - Incorrect:

This option is wrong as the use of the noun sale is not parallel to the other verbs of the sentence:

tried, planted.

B - Correct:

This option correctly uses the verb sold in parallel form with the other verbs tried, planted.

C - Incorrect:

This option is wrong as the word sale (noun) is not parallel to the other verbs of the sentence: tried, planted.

D - Incorrect:

generating is incorrect as it is not parallel with the past tense of the sentence.

E - Incorrect:

The noun sale in this option is not parallel to the use of verbs in the previous phrases.
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