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(B) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business.

Correct use of the adverb "significantly" and correct use of"which" to modify "the effects of alcohol...."
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Executives and federal officials say that the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly among workers, significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of more than $100 billion a year.

(A) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of
"Significantly" is an adverb that modifies the adjective "compounding", which in turn modifies the noun "the effects" - This looks okay. "Which already are a cost" - is correct except that it is wordy. We need a plural verb for "the effects" => The effectS... cost.. XYZ. Note that "costs" is functioning as a noun and not a verb. Final part "... to business of more than $100 billion a year" - If I re-frame the latter half of the sentence - This sounds like => The effects ____ cost to business OF more than $100 billion a year - Here "of more than $100 billion a year" is an adjective phrase telling us more about the "business" instead of telling how the business if affected. However, it should be => The effects ____ cost business more than $100 billion a year - Here the "effects" correctly relates with the "cause".
(B) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business
Correct. Corrects the error pointed out in option A. More concise.
(C) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, already with business costs of
In addition to points discussed for option "A". The verb "cost" is now used as a noun "costs. Here "already" (adverb) modifies "business costs", which is a noun
(D) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costing business
Significant here modifies "workers" As if the the workers play a significant role in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse. "... and already costing business" This clause makes the sentence looks like ==> Executives and federal officials say that the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly among workers, (Worker Modifier) non-essential clause, and already costing business. It seems that the executives and federal officials are talking about two problems 1) The use of crack and cocaine... and 2) Saying that the use is costing business. This would have been right if the two clauses were parallel with the use of "that" => and that the use is already costing business more than $100 billion a year.
(E) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costs business
As explained in D. Also, the effects would have a plural verb "cost" and not the singular verb "costs"

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Would you please someone explain the reference of "which" in this question?
According to Manhattan SC book,page 91, I though "which" always refers to the noun immediately preceding it. So here "which" should refer to abuse.
Can someone tell me what I'm missing here?

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Would you please someone explain the reference of "which" in this question?
According to Manhattan SC book,page 91, I though "which" always refers to the noun immediately preceding it. So here "which" should refer to abuse.
Can someone tell me what I'm missing here?

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The correct answer for this question is B. Let's see the senetnce with the correct answer choice now:

Executives and federal officials say that the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly among workers, significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business more than $100 billion a year.

"which" is a relative pronoun that must refer to a preceding noun entity. This entity can be a single word noun entity or a noun phrase. In this case, "which" modifies the preceding noun entity "the effects of drug and alcohol abuse", a noun phrase. Since "the effects" is the head of this noun phrase, "which" stands for that plural enity and hence takes plural verb "cost".

So Noun Modifiers can refer to a slightly far away noun as we saw in this sentence. To read more on this topic, click on the following link:
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(A) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of >>> Wrong. Too wordy
(B) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business >>> Correct. Concise. "The effects" is plural + "cost" --> Correct
(C) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, already with business costs of >>> Wrong. the use of "with" is unclear.
(D) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costing business >>> Wrong. parallel structure is wrong.
(E) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costs business >>> Wrong . parallel structure is wrong.

So, B is the best.
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119. Executives and federal officials say that the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly
among workers, significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost
to business of
more than $100 billion a year.

(A) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business
of
(B) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business
(C) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, already with business costs of
(D) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costing business
(E) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costs business

OA B. Narrowed to B,C,E.

My questions on the OA
What s which referring to? I know that there is "middlemen" in there "of drug and alcohol abuse"
but it shouldn't be effects of "abusing of something".
I picked up C because i was trying to avoid "the which" modifier part, but already kind of intuited that already couldn't modify the whole sentence...

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B. significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business
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Executives and federal officials say that the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly among workers, significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of more than $100 billion a year.

A. significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of
B. significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business
C. significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, already with business costs of
D. significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costing business
E. significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costs business


Choice B, the best answer, uses clear and concise phrasing to state that it is the effects of drug and alcohol abuse that already cost business the sum mentioned.

In A, to business is awkwardly and confusingly inserted between cost and the propositional phrase that modifies it, and are already a cost to business is wordy and awkward compared to cost business.

In C, already with business costs of is awkward and unclear, failing to specify that those prior effects generate the cost.

Choices D and E produce faulty constructions with the phrase significant in compounding, which cannot grammatically modify the verb form is growing.

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I marked C by process of elimination.

D & E are straight away out as we require adverbial modifier here.

In B which refers to noun phrase. But context-wise how " the effects of drug & alcohol abuse" can cost business ?

Is the meaning is : the effects of drug & alcohol abuse causing damage of more than $100 billion ? or Drugs & alcohol cost business ....
I am not clear about meaning here.

I feel meaning wise B does not stand.

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Would you please someone explain the reference of "which" in this question?
According to Manhattan SC book,page 91, I though "which" always refers to the noun immediately preceding it. So here "which" should refer to abuse.
Can someone tell me what I'm missing here?

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The correct answer for this question is B. Let's see the senetnce with the correct answer choice now:

Executives and federal officials say that the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly among workers, significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business more than $100 billion a year.

"which" is a relative pronoun that must refer to a preceding noun entity. This entity can be a single word noun entity or a noun phrase. In this case, "which" modifies the preceding noun entity "the effects of drug and alcohol abuse", a noun phrase. Since "the effects" is the head of this noun phrase, "which" stands for that plural enity and hence takes plural verb "cost".

So Noun Modifiers can refer to a slightly far away noun as we saw in this sentence. To read more on this topic, click on the following link:
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can u pls explain the usage of the comma + ing verb here? I thought that it should modify the head subject

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If you ask yourself how is it growing rapidly? The answer should be by significantly compounding something. So, we need the adverb "significantly". " Which" modifies "effects" and since "effects" is plural the verb is " cost". Hence, the only possible answer is B.
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There's only one option with the correct idiom " which already cost business"

You could save a lot of time looking at it that way
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(A) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of
(B) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business
(C) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, already with business costs of
(D) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costing business
(E) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costs business

D and E starts with same mistake, significant in compounding, compounding is the verb, so it should be significantly,

A and C have illogical meaning, what is actually costing business ?

So B is correct.

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Executives and federal officials say that the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly among workers, significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of more than $100 billion a year.

(A) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of

(B) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business

(C) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, already with business costs of

(D) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costing business

(E) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costs business

In this sentence I do not understand why (E) is necessary wrong : In my opinion it should mean the following :

Executive say that the use of crack is growing AND already costs ...

"significantly [...] abuse" is just a modifier of "workers" and it is set into commas since is not essential.

Could you please explain what is wrong in this approach ?

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Executives and federal officials say that the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly among workers, significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of more than $100 billion a year.

(A) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already are a cost to business of

(B) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, which already cost business

(C) significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, already with business costs of

(D) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costing business

(E) significant in compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, and already costs business

In this sentence I do not understand why (E) is necessary wrong : In my opinion it should mean the following :

Executive say that the use of crack is growing AND already costs ...

"significantly [...] abuse" is just a modifier of "workers" and it is set into commas since is not essential.

Could you please explain what is wrong in this approach ?

Many thanks in advance for your kind help,


Comma + present participle modifier does not refer to the noun it touches, but the entire previous clause or the subject of the previous clause.

Here, the present participle modifier " significantly compounding the effects of drug and alcohol abuse" refers to the entire clause "the use of crack and cocaine is growing rapidly among workers" ( the modifier indicates the effect of growing use of crack and cocaine).

In E, the modifier "significant...." is an adjective modifier and hence should ideally touch the noun it refers - this modifier wrongly refers to "workers". Hence E is wrong.

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