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# In 1990s, there are more babies born by women over thirty

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09 Jul 2009, 06:34
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In 1990’s, there are more babies born by women over thirty years old than under it.

(A) than under it
(B) than were they under it
(C) than had been under it
(D) than were the babies
(E) than those were under it

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09 Jul 2009, 09:25
I would go with A. The sentence starts with presen tense, "there are more babies".

Eliminate B,D & E -- all have were

C is awkward.

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