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In 1990, a charitable foundation presented the local branch of a national chain of grocery stores with a humanitarian award for wheelchair access ramps that it had installed well before local law required.

a. wheelchair access ramps that it had installed well before local law required

b. wheelchair access ramps that had been installed well before local law required it

c. the installation of wheelchair access ramps well before local law required

d. having installed wheelchair access ramps well before local law required them

e. having installed wheelchair access ramps well before local law required


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IMO, D is the best answer.

Only D ends the sentence correctly with "them".

On second thoughts, C seems to the best answer.
"humanitarian award for " <action> --> "installation of ..."

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Official Answer : D :?

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I think the answer should be D. The award was given because the chain of grocery stores installed the ramps and not for the process of such installation (i.e. how well they were installed), which is what C might lead the reader to believe.

Also, "them" is needed to unambiguously indicate that tha law was abou the ramps and not something else.

Let me know what you feel.

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amarsesh wrote:
I think the answer should be D. The award was given because the chain of grocery stores installed the ramps and not for the process of such installation (i.e. how well they were installed), which is what C might lead the reader to believe.

Also, "them" is needed to unambiguously indicate that tha law was abou the ramps and not something else.

Let me know what you feel.


Amarsesh,

This seems to be good observation. I had another way of lookinga at it. Please let me know what you feel about it.

In all the choices, "well before" is an adverb. Adverb is someting that modifies the verb and not noun. Choice C has noun "the installation". Only last two choices indicates that "well before" is properly used to modify verb. An then we need to consider that "them" is required making D as the final answer. Please let me know what you think.

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New post 21 Aug 2010, 09:32
hey Praeotrian..
we are still following your order that you gave in 2003 ( spoiling weekend )..I.vote D

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New post 21 Aug 2010, 13:52
D is best here.

Award was given for having installed wheel-chair ramps before local law required them [wheel-chair ramps].

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