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C uses the appropriate subject verb agreement. The growing number.....makes
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C is perfect. Agree with all of you again.

Need increasingly (adverb) to modify important (adjective).
and subject needs to be singular. C has it all, hence my pick
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New post 05 Jul 2005, 15:35
Very clearly C. C uses the right idiom. Also, "number of women" is singular, and it should be followed by "makes"
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OA is C
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