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23 Dec 2005, 12:26
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In an effort to reduce the number of fires started by cigarettes, a major tobacco company is test-marketing a cigarette in which thin layers of extra paper are used to decrease the amount of oxygen entering the cigarette, thereby slowing the rate at which it burns and lowering the heat it generates.

A. in which thin layers of extra paper are used to decrease the amount of oxygen entering the cigarette, thereby slowing
B. in which they use thin layers of extra paper in decreasing the amount of oxygen entering the cigarette, which slows
C. that uses thin layers of extra paper to decrease the amount of oxygen when it enters the cigarette, thereby slowing
D. for which thin layers of extra paper are used to decrease the amount of oxygen that enters the cigarette, and thereby slowing
E. using thin layers of extra paper in decreasing the amount of oxygen entering the cigarette, which slows
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23 Dec 2005, 12:31
A - looks good

B - they use - wrong usage

C - when it enters - wrong usage

D - For which - nah

E - using - wrong
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Re: SC # test-marketing cigarette [#permalink]

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23 Dec 2005, 12:34
nakib77 wrote:
In an effort to reduce the number of fires started by cigarettes, a major tobacco company is test-marketing a cigarette in which thin layers of extra paper are used to decrease the amount of oxygen entering the cigarette, thereby slowing the rate at which it burns and lowering the heat it generates.

A. in which thin layers of extra paper are used to decrease the amount of oxygen entering the cigarette, thereby slowing
B. in which they use thin layers of extra paper in decreasing the amount of oxygen entering the cigarette, which slows
C. that uses thin layers of extra paper to decrease the amount of oxygen when it enters the cigarette, thereby slowing
D. for which thin layers of extra paper are used to decrease the amount of oxygen that enters the cigarette, and thereby slowing
E. using thin layers of extra paper in decreasing the amount of oxygen entering the cigarette, which slows

I choose A (between A an D).

B - No ||ism. Which slows...does snot match with and heating
C - IT is not clear. IT can refer to air or paper
D - For which.. is not the correct construction
E - Using... is not correct.
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23 Dec 2005, 12:39
I prefer D to A, because we use sth. for...

passive voice: for which is used

Only the "and" deranges me.
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23 Dec 2005, 12:42
Although I am not comfortable with the way A sounds, I arrived at that by POE.

Ideally I would want a that after cigarette like in C. But C is wrong because it uses when it enters. B an E have no parallelism. D is wrong because cigrattes for which does not sound right.
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24 Dec 2005, 11:09
OA is A.
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