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# GMAT-Prep SC1

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21 Dec 2008, 09:32
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21 Dec 2008, 11:35
Simple past tense is perfectly ok in the sentence. Hence A should be the answer.
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22 Dec 2008, 02:06
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vivektripathi wrote:
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1. you should be aware of "there were, there was.." on Gmat
2. "where" shoud be put closedly to "homes", so C, D, and E out
3. "and" should join the two independ clause, but "and" in B make the sentence awkawk. Let check it carefully, you will find that. B out

A is the best
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03 Jan 2009, 23:46
excellent explaination sondenso ..

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