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# find the fault

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18 Jul 2007, 14:11
'This can be best seen in the labour market in Germany, which (like Italy's) has been only partly freed up.

B) ,in which (like Italy's) has been only partly freed up.
C) , where (like Italy's) has been only partly freed up.
D) , whose market (like Italy's) has been only partly freed up.

What do you think is the right one. I read this statement in Economist and I am not sure whether 'which'is rightly used. which seems to refer to Germany but Germany has been only partly freed up- seems wrong to me.
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18 Jul 2007, 14:23
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18 Jul 2007, 15:20
excelgmat wrote:
'This can be best seen in the labour market in Germany, which (like Italy's) has been only partly freed up.

B) ,in which (like Italy's) has been only partly freed up.
C) , where (like Italy's) has been only partly freed up.
D) , whose market (like Italy's) has been only partly freed up.

What do you think is the right one. I read this statement in Economist and I am not sure whether 'which'is rightly used. which seems to refer to Germany but Germany has been only partly freed up- seems wrong to me.

no wonder!!!!!!!!

gmat english and other english are different. we could find some english practices, which are wired in gmat.
Re: find the fault   [#permalink] 18 Jul 2007, 15:20
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