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# It was an increase in the citys population that allowed the

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It was an increase in the city’s population that allowed the school administration running a sufficient program for students that would later be known by the name of Afterhours.

(A) administration running a sufficient program for students that would later be known by the name of
(B) administration running a sufficient program for students later to be known as name
(C) administration running sufficient programs for students that would later be known by the name of
(D) administration to run a sufficient program for students that later will be known as being
(E) administration to run a sufficient program for students later to be known as

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19 Oct 2010, 00:16
- For students that would later be known - in A and C and -for students that later will be known - in D are wrong modifiers. The right idiom is - allowed the admin to run - as in E and not - administration running – as in B. E is the right one.
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19 Oct 2010, 03:07
feruz77 wrote:
It was an increase in the city’s population that allowed the school administration running a sufficient program for students that would later be known by the name of Afterhours.

(A) administration running a sufficient program for students that would later be known by the name of
(B) administration running a sufficient program for students later to be known as name
(C) administration running sufficient programs for students that would later be known by the name of
(D) administration to run a sufficient program for students that later will be known as being
(E) administration to run a sufficient program for students later to be known as

Avoid the use of progressive tense when the sentence can be expressed easily with simple present. Moreover, in general statements, alsways prefer the simple present.
Discount answer choices A, B and C for using "administration running...". The correct phrase is "administration to run...". Moreover, the use of infinitive is preferred in statements which reveals the intention of purpose of doing simething.
D is incorrect because of the use of the words "will" and "being". It is grammatically incorrect and redundant.

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19 Oct 2010, 03:15
choices D and E for the use of 'to run', and E for corect meaning.

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20 Oct 2010, 09:11
E should be the right answer .. OA ?
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20 Oct 2010, 09:34
My best choice is E. Doesn't sound correctly worded though, but its my best pick out of the lot
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20 Oct 2010, 21:40
feruz77 wrote:
It was an increase in the city’s population that allowed the school administration running a sufficient program for students that would later be known by the name of Afterhours.

(A) administration running a sufficient program for students that would later be known by the name of
(B) administration running a sufficient program for students later to be known as name
(C) administration running sufficient programs for students that would later be known by the name of
(D) administration to run a sufficient program for students that later will be known as being
(E) administration to run a sufficient program for students later to be known as

My Approach

1) Idiomatic usage - Known as (eliminating A and c)
2) eliminating D for use of being - unnecessary usage
3) B/w B and E, Preferred E over B as known as name of is wrong

I would go for E. Pls post OA.
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23 Dec 2010, 08:14
Clear E, I think OA is not necessary to confirm it.
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