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07 Aug 2006, 00:56
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07 Aug 2006, 01:36
Nothing wrong with A.

B - "Has" bones is plural hence "has" violates S-V agreement.
C - closely resembeled , wrong tense.
D - Modifier problem
E - modifier problem

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07 Aug 2006, 03:19
Hey Jay

I have a boubt regarding A.Although it seems to be the best choice,but is "that is a distant relative of rex and closely resembles South...." a parallel construction.

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07 Aug 2006, 03:40
jay,

in choice A, the first modifier meat eating dinosaur seems to modify bones of m...., hence I thought that choice A was wrong.

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07 Aug 2006, 03:47
Yup A....

B has SVA problem

Others are all convoluted forms of A, so why bother about them...

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07 Aug 2006, 21:01
gmatinjune wrote:
jay,

in choice A, the first modifier meat eating dinosaur seems to modify bones of m...., hence I thought that choice A was wrong.

meat eating dinosaur modifies Majungatholus atopus.

Also "that is a close relative and resembles" maintains the S-V agreement.
Meat eating dinosaur is singular.

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24 Mar 2007, 18:41
In A "Majungatholus atopus" closely resembles the Southe American predatory dinosaurs right?

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24 Mar 2007, 21:59
Vikram A is fine. I had misinterpreted earlier when I said D in the PM to you.

The information in the parenthetical expression (separated by commas) clearly modifies Majungatholus atopus.

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