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Gasoline marketing is undergoing major changes as stations

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Gasoline marketing is undergoing major changes as stations often not only add convenience stores but also combine with major fast-food chains to build complexes where customers can shop and eat as well as buy gasoline.

A. not only add convenience stores but also combine with major fast-food chains to build
B. not only add convenience stores but also they combine with major fast-food chains to build
C. are not only adding convenience stores but also in combination with major fast-food chains they build
D. add not only convenience stores, but also combining with major fast-food chains to build
E. are not only adding convenience stores, but also in combining with major fast-food chains they build

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New post 24 Jul 2008, 08:17
A. None of the others use the idiom "not only X, but also Y" correctly. Some also have incorrect parallelism.
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New post 24 Jul 2008, 08:28
Best choice is A
A uses the correct idiom not only..... but also
B,C,D are out because not parallel
"in combining with " in E is odd.
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New post 25 Jul 2008, 03:15
OA is A.

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