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# lt;Child care> already a solid part of the employee

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08 Feb 2009, 09:11
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already a solid part of the employee
benefits package at many companies, more
known as elder care, services for older dependents.
(A) Child care
(B) With child care
(C) Child care as
(D) Being that child care was
(E) With child care's being

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08 Feb 2009, 10:40
(A) Child care - creates Run On sentence
(B) With child care - says that child care is part of benefit package
(C) Child care as - child care is not package rather included in it
(D) Being that child care was - "being" is not required here
(E) With child care's being - "being" is not required here
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08 Feb 2009, 13:01
yes, agree with B

OA and Source?

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08 Feb 2009, 13:18
The first clause has to be a dependent clause.
We definitely need a dependent maker ( here "with" )

And for D / E Being is the red signal.

IMO B
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08 Feb 2009, 15:10
<Child care> already a solid part of the employee
benefits package at many companies, more
known as elder care, services for older dependents.
(A) Child care
(B) With child care
(C) Child care as
(D) Being that child care was
(E) With child care's being

rearrange the two parts.

More business are focusing.. on elder care, with child care already part of employee.. BP at many companies.

second one is depented clause.. need to be connected with first part..

B is the best.
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08 Feb 2009, 15:35
Yes OA is B
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08 Feb 2009, 18:33
B it is.
D & E have being as the problem.
already a solid part of the employee
benefits package at many companies, more
known as elder care, services for older dependents.
(A) Child care
(B) With child care
(C) Child care as
(D) Being that child care was
(E) With child care's being

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