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# Many real estate agents assert that the rising inflation

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Many real estate agents assert that the rising inflation rates and growing secondary home sales indicate increasing confidence that the real estate market will avoid the downturn that many homeowners had anticipated earlier in the quarter and instead continue to steadily increase for much of the next fiscal year.

(A) that the real estate market will avoid the downturn that many homeowners had anticipated earlier in the quarter and instead continue

(B) in the real estate market to avoid the downturn, what many homeowners anticipated earlier in the quarter, rather to continue

(C) in the real estate market's ability to avoid the downturn, something earlier in the quarter many home owners had anticipated, and instead to continue

(D) in the real estate market to avoid the downturn many homeowners were anticipating earlier in the year, and rather to continue

(E) that the real estate market will avoid the downturn that was feared earlier in the quarter by many homeowners, with it instead continuing
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23 Nov 2005, 20:15
Vote for A.

confidence that: so A, E remains.

E too awkward. A is clear and concise
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23 Nov 2005, 20:30
(B) 'rather to continue' is awkward
(C) awkward sentence
(D) same as B
(E) 'with it instead continuing' is awkward

A is best.
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23 Nov 2005, 21:16
B is the correct one....
A and C are in Past perfect (PP) tense, "had anticipated", which is wrong.
we need simple past not PP. C and D are easily ruled out.

So left with B, which is correct.
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23 Nov 2005, 21:18
OA is A.

Sorry, no OE.
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23 Nov 2005, 21:39
GMATT73 wrote:
OA is A. Sorry, no OE.

i thought the Past perfect in A is not correct. but now A seems ok. B is falwed..
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24 Nov 2005, 02:05
Tricky but this is what I thought.

A - Correct.
B,D - Incorrect idiom... It should be 'rather than.....'
C - too long. '.....and instead to continue ....'
E - Incorrect.

Hence A.
24 Nov 2005, 02:05
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