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# For the last fifteen years, Penbrook University has had the

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110. For the last fifteen years, Penbrook University has had the smallest tenured and tenure-track faculty in the state with only six full professors, one whom is now retiring.

A. one whom is now retiring
B. one of them who is now retiring
C. and one of them who he is now retiring
D. one of whom now retires
E. one which is now retires

Please explain this one. The OA is given . I think there is a problem in OA.

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24 Jul 2009, 08:04
ugimba wrote:
vaivish1723 wrote:
110. For the last fifteen years, Penbrook University has had the smallest tenured and tenure-track faculty in the state with only six full professors, one whom is now retiring.

A. one whom is now retiring
B. one of them who is now retiring
C. and one of them who he is now retiring
D. one of whom now retires
E. one which is now retires

Please explain this one. The OA is given . I think there is a problem in OA.

Agree...
One of whom -- is right construction.

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