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Many lawmakers are discouraged from seeking offices because "past indiscretations, if they were exposed to the public, would prove to be embarrassing"
A. s/a
B. their past indiscretations would prove embarrassing if exposed to the public

Plz, explain your choice

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New post 14 Jul 2004, 12:37
boksana wrote:
Many lawmakers are discouraged from seeking offices because past indiscretations, if they were exposed to the public, would prove to be embarrassing
B. their past indiscretations would prove embarrassing if exposed to the public
Thanks in advance :)


A is like: ...lawmakers...because past indiscretions would prove to be embrassing. "THEY" doesn't have clear referent.

B is straight :wink:

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New post 14 Jul 2004, 12:42
B it is.
:btw it is "indiscretion", not "indiscretation"
In A, "they" is not required whereas in B, "their" makes it clear that it the "indiscretions of those lawmakers"
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New post 14 Jul 2004, 16:03
Thanks, i was not sure for my choice :wink:

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New post 15 Jul 2004, 00:54
yeah... I would opt for B too because of clearer pronouns.

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