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Knowledge International says its new scheme will support federal objectives on investments for meeting the future economy needs, and encouraged mature students to participate
A. will support federal objectives on investments for meeting the economy needs, and encouraged mature students to participate

B. can support federal objectives regarding the investments in meeting economy's future needs, and encourage older students for participation.

C. has supported federal objectives regarding investments in meeting the economy’s future needs and encouraged older students participation.

D. would support federal objectives regarding investment to meet the economy's future needs, and would encourage mature students to participate

E. could support federal objectives regarding investments to meet the economy's future needs and encourages older students to participate


A new scheme will work in the future, this will depend on its feasibility.

Only D maintains parallelism and relates with the intent of the sentence

D. would support federal objectives regarding investment to meet the economy's future needs, and would encourage mature students to participate

Would support and would encourage.
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New post 05 Feb 2019, 21:00
in D there is ,with and does after it is it not required to have IC


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Since the statement is not being made from a past tense stand..as the speaker "says" it, can we use "WOULD" here? Isnt it ment for referring to the future from a past tense or to refer to some hypothetical situation?
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New post 15 Feb 2019, 19:32
Why C is wrong . Can anyone explain
and i guess would is used to represent future in past and here it is present tense" Knowledge says"
PLease explain
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Why C is wrong . Can anyone explain
and i guess would is used to represent future in past and here it is present tense" Knowledge says"
PLease explain


hey piggu

Though i am not an expert but inline are my views on your question

Knowledge International says its new scheme will support federal objectives on investments for meeting the future economy needs, and encouraged mature students to participate

C. has supported federal objectives regarding investments in meeting the economy’s future needs and encouraged older students participation.

D. would support federal objectives regarding investment to meet the economy's future needs, and would encourage mature students to participate

If you look at the original sentence(A, a will is used there) , the “intent” of the sentence is to talk about something which they will lanuch in the future and not now.

KI says that, their new scheme can work in the future by providing some encouragement.

So if you are clear with the intent, you cannot use present tense to show that

Would is used to talk about an event which can happen in the future,but the committee/people/government is not sure about it

Will is used to show an intent of future tense, that the policy will happen without any problem

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Can you please help me eliminate the options.
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