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# International sporting events need not be fiscal disasters,

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International sporting events need not be fiscal disasters, [#permalink]

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23 Jun 2006, 04:07
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International sporting events need not be fiscal disasters, the financial success of the 1992 Olympic Games demonstrates that fact.
(A) the financial success of the 1992 Olympic Games demonstrates that fact
(B) for example, the 1992 Olympic Games were financially successful
(C) like the financial success of the 1992 Olympic Games demonstrates
(D) a fact demonstrated by the 1992 Olympic Games, which were financially successful
(E) as the financial success of the 1992 Olympic Games demonstrates

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23 Jun 2006, 04:15
Picking E.
B and D are out because of 'were'.
C is wrong as like is wrongly comparing the financial success to International sporting events.
A is out because we need 'as' for proper conjunction of the two clauses.

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23 Jun 2006, 11:05
Will go with E too.

A.... no proper connection between clauses
B/D were is wron
C..... like wrong

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23 Jun 2006, 12:04
buzzgaurav wrote:
Picking E.
B and D are out because of 'were'.
C is wrong as like is wrongly comparing the financial success to International sporting events.
A is out because we need 'as' for proper conjunction of the two clauses.

this might be a dumb ?, but why "were" is wrong? isn't it Olympic games that "were"... games are plural...

I picked B... because of the comma placement that isn't underlined.... and also sporting events are || to the olympic games

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Re: SC -- International Sporting [#permalink]

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23 Jun 2006, 19:40
foolz_rulz wrote:
International sporting events need not be fiscal disasters, the financial success of the 1992 Olympic Games demonstrates that fact.
(A) the financial success of the 1992 Olympic Games demonstrates that fact
(B) for example, the 1992 Olympic Games were financially successful
(C) like the financial success of the 1992 Olympic Games demonstrates
(D) a fact demonstrated by the 1992 Olympic Games, which were financially successful
(E) as the financial success of the 1992 Olympic Games demonstrates

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E .. we need to use 'as' instead of 'like' for correct comparisions
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24 Jun 2006, 06:44
u2lover wrote:
buzzgaurav wrote:
Picking E.
B and D are out because of 'were'.
C is wrong as like is wrongly comparing the financial success to International sporting events.
A is out because we need 'as' for proper conjunction of the two clauses.

this might be a dumb ?, but why "were" is wrong? isn't it Olympic games that "were"... games are plural...

I picked B... because of the comma placement that isn't underlined.... and also sporting events are || to the olympic games

Indeed Olympic games is a plural noun. However it is not an issue here. Because B is composed of two independent clauses, it needs a conjunction or a semicolon in place of comma.

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24 Jun 2006, 06:44
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