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# Instead of buying stocks and bonds, which are the

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14 Mar 2007, 21:15
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Instead of buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for someone new to financial planning, real estate has become increasingly the choice of young people as a first investment.

a)buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for someone new to financial planning, real estate has become increasingly the choice of young people

b)buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for those new to financial planning, increasingly young people have shown a choice for real estate

c)buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for someone new to financial planning, the choice of young people increasingly has become real estate

d)buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional investments for those new to financial planning, young people have increasingly chosen real estate

e)stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for those new to financial planning, young people have shown an increasing choice of real estate

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15 Mar 2007, 06:50
Here the answer is D

Who buys the stocks and bonds. Young people, so young people has to come after the comma. E is akward.

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15 Mar 2007, 09:20
I agree... It has to be D... E is awkward

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Amardeep

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15 Mar 2007, 10:07
How could you have 'have incresingly chosen'? I think D is incorrect...

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15 Mar 2007, 17:02
a)buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for someone new to financial planning, real estate has become increasingly the choice of young people

b)buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for those new to financial planning, increasingly young people have shown a choice for real estate

c)buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for someone new to financial planning, the choice of young people increasingly has become real estate

d)buying stocks and bonds, which are the conventional investments for those new to financial planning, young people have increasingly chosen real estate -- Correct

e)stocks and bonds, which are the conventional approach for those new to financial planning, young people have shown an increasing choice of real estate[/quote]

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Re: SC-Real EState Investment   [#permalink] 15 Mar 2007, 17:02
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