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# Environmentalists associated with the United Nations

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15 Aug 2010, 20:46
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Environmentalists associated with the United Nations Environment Programme predict that if the current trends associated with global warming continue, thousands of acres of pristine land is in danger to undergo potentially irrevocable changes that could alter the planet's ecosystem forever.
A) is in danger to undergo
B) are in danger of undergoing
C) is in danger of undergoing
D) are in danger to undergo
E) are in danger for undergoing
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06 Mar 2012, 10:58
bsaikrishna wrote:
Why is option C wrong here?

'Thousands of acres' require plural verb --> C is out

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06 Jul 2014, 05:10
Environmentalists associated with the United Nations Environment Programme predict that if the current trends associated with global warming continue, thousands of acres of pristine land is in danger to undergo potentially irrevocable changes that could alter the planet's ecosystem forever.
A) is in danger to undergo
B) are in danger of undergoing
C) is in danger of undergoing
D) are in danger to undergo
E) are in danger for undergoing

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06 Jul 2014, 07:05
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