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Law firms and other professional services groups, academic institutions, and research divisions often have informal talent marketplaces where senior employees strive to identify the best employees junior to them and the junior employees compete for the assignments that they find most attractive.

A. where senior employees strive to identify the best employees junior to them and the junior employees compete for the assignments that they find most attractive
B. in which senior employees strive and identify the best junior employees and the junior employees compete for the assignments that they find most attractive
C. where senior employees strive to identify the best junior employees and the best junior employees compete for the most attractive assignments
D. that enable senior employees to strive and identify the best junior employees and the best junior employees compete for the most attractive assignments
E. in which senior employees strive to identify the best junior employees and the best junior employees compete for the most attractive assignments

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New post 16 Aug 2007, 00:31
I would go for C. where is the correct usage here and them in the original sentence has no clear referent.

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New post 16 Aug 2007, 01:16
I picked C for the only reason that it starts with "where".

I would like to know the reason why D and E are wrong.
Why is "that" or "in which" wrong or rather right.


Verbal gurus ,please chip in.

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actually now I think it is E. in which makes the correct reference to "informal talent marketplaces"

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New post 19 Aug 2007, 10:16
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Law firms and other professional services groups, academic institutions, and research divisions often have informal talent marketplaces where senior employees strive to identify the best employees junior to them and the junior employees compete for the assignments that they find most attractive.

A. where senior employees strive to identify the best employees junior to them and the junior employees compete for the assignments that they find most attractive
B. in which senior employees strive and identify the best junior employees and the junior employees compete for the assignments that they find most attractive
C. where senior employees strive to identify the best junior employees and the best junior employees compete for the most attractive assignments
D. that enable senior employees to strive and identify the best junior employees and the best junior employees compete for the most attractive assignments
E. in which senior employees strive to identify the best junior employees and the best junior employees compete for the most attractive assignments


Not sure between C and E. Can someone explain the difference between "where" and "in which"? C and E are identical except "where" and "in which".

Here are my reasoning for eliminating other choices:

A. "junior to them" is incorrect. "they" at the end of the sentence is ambiguous. "they" can be either "senior employees" or "junior employees".

B. "strive and identify" is incorrect - not the intended meaning here. It has to be "strive to identify". "they" is ambiguous.

D. "strive and identify" is incorrect.

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i think informal talent marketplaces refers to figurative meaning of a place and is not an actual place

when usage of in which is correct here and not where

go with E
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New post 21 Aug 2007, 00:24
E.

talent market places in imaginary. So "in which" is required.

So, its between B and E.

The last "they" in B is ambiguous. So E.

I think this is MGMAT CAT 1 question, IIRC.

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