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# In the initial planning stages, the condominium corporation

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In the initial planning stages, the condominium corporation [#permalink]

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17 Nov 2005, 14:01
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In the initial planning stages, the condominium corporation took into account only the concerns of its prospective clients, not those of surrounding homeowners.

(A) the condominium corporation took into account only the concerns of its prospective clients

(B) the condominium corporation has only taken into account the concerns of their prospective clients

(C) the condominium corporation only took their prospective clientsâ€™ concerns into account

(D) the concerns of its prospective clients only were taken into account by the condominium corporation

(E) prospective clients had their concerns only taken into account by the condominium corporation difficult to distinguish.

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17 Nov 2005, 14:14
joemama142000 wrote:
ahh i didnt catch that , thanks!

Do not forget to mention the OA after some time for all your questions.

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17 Nov 2005, 14:51
It is A.

In the initial planning stage was past, and over. So we need simple past tenser here. moreover Corporation is singular.... so we need to use it to refer corporation.

B is wrong because it uses present perfect tense.

C. Their is wrong, corporation is singular

D. unneccessary passive form

E. awkward.

so A remains.
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18 Nov 2005, 09:33
A for parallelism, use of its over their, and correct verb tense.

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19 Nov 2005, 07:37
A is correct. Pronouns, effectiveness of expression and meaning are being tested.

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