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# Most North Carolina ski resorts broadcast music onto the

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11 May 2004, 07:46
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Most North Carolina ski resorts broadcast music onto the slopes; <skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and â€œbeautiful musicâ€
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11 May 2004, 09:23
wierd it is...

its between A and E...

but does not seem to fit in the run down of the sentence...

I will go for A..

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11 May 2004, 12:39
hmmm .... for those who'd go with E could you say why ?

[Ok i just started the SC stuff and this is my first post in the category so be gentle ]

I'd go with D) because: There are contrasting ideas here (you can choose music but you can't choose 'no music') so we need conjuctions(or conjuctive adverbs) such as "however", "although" or "but"

so C) and D) and E) make the first cut.

C) is wrong because it compares music with slopes
E) is wrong because it uses the coordinating conjuction 'but' which can only be used to join grammatical structures that are similar. In this case since a comma is used before the' but' and there is a 'clause' before it .... there should be also be a 'clause' after it. E) puts a phrase there and so is wrong.

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11 May 2004, 13:09
Most North Carolina ski resorts broadcast music onto the slopes; <skiers can choose among hard rock, soft pop, and â€œbeautiful musicâ€

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12 May 2004, 04:18
OA is D. V2 is perhaps right.
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