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Empirical analysis of specific acquisition strategies offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by strategy.
A. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by
B. offer limited insight, largely due to the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and also due to the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by
C. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by
D. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by
E. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety and types or sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify them by
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Empirical analysis of specific acquisition strategies offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by strategy.
A. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by
B. offer limited insight, largely due to the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and also due to the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by
C. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by
D. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by
E. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety and types or sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify them by


The subject here is "empirical analysis" -> singular. Thus the verb has to be "offers". Eliminate A, B and C.

In E, it says "wide variety and types or sizes". Does not make sense at all. We'll go with D as the best option.
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The subject here is "empirical analysis" -> singular. Thus the verb has to be "offers". Eliminate A, B and C.

In E, it says "wide variety and types or sizes". Does not make sense at all. We'll go with D as the best option.


You missed just one thing. the pronoun "them" in E is ambiguous.
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Edvento wrote:
The subject here is "empirical analysis" -> singular. Thus the verb has to be "offers". Eliminate A, B and C.

In E, it says "wide variety and types or sizes". Does not make sense at all. We'll go with D as the best option.


You missed just one thing. the pronoun "them" in E is ambiguous.
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You are right. 'them' can refer to either acquisitions or strategies.

But when you approach the problems by parallel reading, on the first error, you eliminate the option and move on. Time saver. :)
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Empirical analysis of specific acquisition strategies offer limited insight, largely because
of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective
way to classify them by
strategy.

A. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of
acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by

B. offer limited insight, largely due to the wide variety of types and sizes of
acquisitions and also due to the lack of an objective way to classify these
acquisitions by

C. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of
acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by

D. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and
sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these
acquisitions by

E. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety and types or sizes of
acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify them by

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D it is : offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and
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Empirical analysis of specific acquisition strategies offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by strategy.

A. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by

B. offer limited insight, largely due to the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and also due to the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by

C. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by

D. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by

E. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety and types or sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify them by
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Empirical analysis of specific acquisition strategies offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by strategy.

A. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and due to the lack of an objective way to classify them by

B. offer limited insight, largely due to the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and also due to the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by

C. offer limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by

D. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety of types and sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify these acquisitions by

E. offers limited insight, largely because of the wide variety and types or sizes of acquisitions and the lack of an objective way to classify them by


Subject - Empirical Analysis = Singular
Verb -offer = Plural
Hence, 'A', 'B', 'C' are wrong

OS = 'because of the wide variety of types and sizes..'
'E' = because of the wide variety and types or sizes..'
'E' - changes the intended list and ,hence, the meaning.
Also, 'them' can refer to 'acquisitions', 'types' or 'sizes'
Therefore E is wrong.

D is the correct answer.
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Analysis is singular whereas analyses is plural

so clearly D is right
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