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No other talent of the CEO is as crucial to the future of her busines

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No other talent of the CEO is as crucial to the future of her business as her ability to recognize, recruit, and to nurture the best executive talent available.

A. to recognize, recruit, and to nurture
B. to recognize, recruit, and nurture
C. for recognizing, recruiting, and nurturing
D. at recognition, recruiting, and nurturing
E. in recognizing, recruiting, and the nurturing of
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No other talent of the CEO is as crucial to the future of her business as her ability to recognize, recruit, and to nurture the best executive talent available.

A. to recognize, recruit, and to nurture
B. to recognize, recruit, and nurture
C. for recognizing, recruiting, and nurturing
D. at recognition, recruiting, and nurturing
E. in recognizing, recruiting, and the nurturing of


ability to is the correct idiom i believe

a is not parallel - to , , and to

B parallel

c, d, e - incorrect idiom

(B) imo
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I'll go with " B "

one " to " is sufficient for all the verbs.

" For" "at" "in" do not make the right idiom pair in this sentence.

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DharLog wrote:
No other talent of the CEO is as crucial to the future of her business as her ability to recognize, recruit, and to nurture the best executive talent available.

A. to recognize, recruit, and to nurture
B. to recognize, recruit, and nurture
C. for recognizing, recruiting, and nurturing
D. at recognition, recruiting, and nurturing
E. in recognizing, recruiting, and the nurturing of

IMO is B as idiom is ability to is correct.
now left A and B in A to after and make this option not parallel if you want to use to then you must put to before recruit so that whole sentence is parallel.
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