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Entomologists studying the parched grasslands and savannahs

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New post 16 Aug 2018, 19:05
Hello daagh ..

Could you please explain.. Why "which" can't refer to moisture only . Is this a rule that in format .. A and b ,which, which will only refer to a and b.

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New post 17 Aug 2018, 02:49
Out of five options B looks the best. But I don't understand why there is a comma before "and allow". To me this seems incorrect because "and" connects two parts. For example, "I play football and enjoy reading". But again, out of these five B looks like number one
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I do not know whether there is any rule, but I know D is wrong for the same reason I stated. probably, you can see whether there are any such examples in GMAT official questions.
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