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# Given that most Mitsubishi cars on the road have some

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Given that most Mitsubishi cars on the road have some problems with tire, the Mitsubishi Company yielded to hundreds of unsatisfied buyers requesting that it should call back the cars on the market.

A. requesting that it should

B. requesting it to

C and their request to

D. who requested that it

E. who request it to

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06 Dec 2008, 20:58
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Given that most Mitsubishi cars on the road have some problems with tire, the Mitsubishi Company yielded to hundreds of unsatisfied buyers requesting that it should call back the cars on the market.

A. requesting that it should

B. requesting it to

C and their request to

D. who requested that it

E. who request it to

1. when you see the clause with ask, demand, request..., you should plan to eliminate the choices that have "should" in; request....should redundancy, A out
2. "requesting" modifies "thousands" rather than "customers", it should be "who request", so B out
3. in C, using both customers and their request is redundancy, so C out

D is the winner

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