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For people who have never worked for a living, any job may instill a valuable sense of self-worth and open doors to better jobs in the future.

(A) may instill a valuable sense of self-worth and open doors to better jobs in the future
(B) might instill for them a valuable sense of self- worth and to open doors to better jobs in the future
(C) may, in them, instill a valuable sense of self-worth, opening their doors to better jobs in the future
(D) opening the door later for a better job and giving them a valuable sense of self-worth now
(E) may open the door for a better job later and giving them a valuable sense now of their self-worth

Originally posted by vprabhala on 19 Jan 2005, 21:13.
Last edited by hazelnut on 30 Jul 2017, 23:52, edited 1 time in total.
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New post 20 Jan 2005, 06:29
Is it A?

may insill........ and open doors to.....
both follow parallel constrn.
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For people who have never worked for a living, any job may instill a valuable sense of self-worth and open doors to better jobs in the future.

(A) may instill a valuable sense of self-worth and open doors to better jobs in the future

(B) might instill for them a valuable sense of self- worth and to open doors to better jobs in the future

(C) may, in them, instill a valuable sense of self-worth, opening their doors to better jobs in the future

(D) opening the door later for a better job and giving them a valuable sense of self-worth now

(E) may open the door for a better job later and giving them a valuable sense now of their self-worth


Only A retains the intended meaning & parallelism.
B has wrong parallelism.
C is Awkward & wordy as well as has wrong meaning
D wrong meaning
E wrong meaning & incorrect parallelism.

Answer A.


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