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In December of 1987 an automobile manufacturer pleaded no contest to criminal charges of odometer tampering and agreed to pay more than $16 million in civil damages for <cars that were test-driven with their odometers disconnected.>
(A) cars that were test-driven with their odometers disconnected
(B) cars that it had test-driven with their disconnected odometers
(C) its cars having been test-driven with disconnected odometers
(D) having test-driven cars with their odometers disconnected
(E) having cars that were test-driven with disconnected odometers.

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BCE awkward construction
A and D, D seems to have better meaning (charge for having cars not tested properly ...)

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it is E

A and D omit bcoz of their

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I was stuck between B and D, but I chose B. What is the grammatical issue with B?

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Its a diction question - only one option clearly suggests that activity that would cause a fine.

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In December of 1987 an automobile manufacturer pleaded no contest to criminal charges of odometer tampering and agreed to pay more than $16 million in civil damages for cars that were test-driven with their odometers disconnected.
(A) cars that were test-driven with their odometers disconnected
(B) cars that it had test-driven with their disconnected odometers
(C) its cars having been test-driven with disconnected odometers
(D) having test-driven cars with their odometers disconnected
(E) having cars that were test-driven with disconnected odometers.

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what about...

"an automobile manufacturer ... their"

...is that allowed?

if so, it is [C] or [E]

i chose [C] but am far from confident

OA?
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suyashjhawar wrote:
In December of 1987 an automobile manufacturer pleaded no contest to criminal charges of odometer tampering and agreed to pay more than $16 million in civil damages for <cars that were test-driven with their odometers disconnected.>
(A) cars that were test-driven with their odometers disconnected
(B) cars that it had test-driven with their disconnected odometers
(C) its cars having been test-driven with disconnected odometers
(D) having test-driven cars with their odometers disconnected
(E) having cars that were test-driven with disconnected odometers.


D. too here as it is most concise and active.
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New post 16 Apr 2008, 00:55
now i see what's wrong with B! In option B, when you say, "cars that it had test driven" implies that there are other cars that the manufacturer didn't test drive, a type of logical that doesn't make sense. As for option D, it's clear that it's talking about ALL the cars from the manufacturer.

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iruns0metimes wrote:
what about...

"an automobile manufacturer ... their"

...is that allowed?

if so, it is [C] or [E]

i chose [C] but am far from confident

OA?


Nevermind, I see it now, "their" is linked to "cars"... [D]
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i picked A.....but d sounds good too....

I will go with A though

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Oa is indeed d.Thanks to all.

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suyashjhawar wrote:
In December of 1987 an automobile manufacturer pleaded no contest to criminal charges of odometer tampering and agreed to pay more than $16 million in civil damages for <cars that were test-driven with their odometers disconnected.>
(A) cars that were test-driven with their odometers disconnected
(B) cars that it had test-driven with their disconnected odometers
(C) its cars having been test-driven with disconnected odometers
(D) having test-driven cars with their odometers disconnected
(E) having cars that were test-driven with disconnected odometers.


Its D - they paid $16 million for having test driven cars.

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