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The rising of costs health insurance in the US has lead a growing number of people to advocate for a socialized medicine system similar to the British one

The rising of costs
Rising Costs of
The rising costs of
Because the rising costs
Because of rising costs

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Ravshonbek wrote:
The rising of costs health insurance in the US has lead a growing number of people to advocate for a socialized medicine system similar to the British one

The rising of costs
Rising Costs
The rising costs
Because the rising costs
Because of rising costs


E is the only answer that makes sense to me

Because of rising costs, health insurance in the US has lead a growing number of people to advocate for a socialized medicine system similar to the British one

awful.. shouldn't "lead" be "led"
British "one"?

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You typed that up wrong...................... I remember that question, it has an 'of' =P

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You typed that up wrong...................... I remember that question, it has an 'of' =P


Underlined part?
I double checked it is fine.

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Well then it's straight E.... that's the only one that makes any remote sense...

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Ravshonbek wrote:
The rising of costs health insurance in the US has lead a growing number of people to advocate for a socialized medicine system similar to the British one

The rising of costs
Rising Costs
The rising costs
Because the rising costs
Because of rising costs


Sorry Guys. the answer choices are wrong.
B. reads: Rising costs of
C. reads: The rising costs of

Start up addict, sorry for that: I thought you were asking only about the underlined part.
i think u guys will change your decisions now.
OA is C. but i just want to know the diffeence between B and C, the use of THE

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Can someone explain the difference between B and C

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Ravshonbek wrote:
The rising of costs health insurance in the US has lead a growing number of people to advocate for a socialized medicine system similar to the British one

The rising of costs
Rising Costs of
The rising costs of
Because the rising costs
Because of rising costs


How can this be B or C?
Isn't "the rising costs" plural and therefore, must use "have" instead of "has"?

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