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Nothing quite like this Broadway production has ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world.

A. Nothing quite like this Broadway production has ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world.

B. This Broadway production, something which has never been made before, proved to be a huge hit, broadcast around the world in 20 different countries.

C. Unlike anything that had ever been made before, this Broadway production proved to be a huge hit, broadcasting in 20 different countries and around the world.

D. Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

E. Nothing quite like this Broadway show was made before, and it had proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.
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The answer should be C based on the correct sentence correction and proper use of 'Unlike'.

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The answer is D, as the latter part ¨it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world´ it can not be a production It has to be a show which can be broadcast in 20 different countries , so between choice d and e D has used the correct form of tense

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First it should be "broadcast in 20 different countries around the world" and not "broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world" or not "broadcast around the world in 20 different countries."
broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world --> This does not make sense.
broadcast around the world in 20 different countries. --> Similarly this does not make sense
So A,B and C are out and
left with D and E --> the tenses play the trick here
The show made and the it proved to be a huge success .... so had ever be made before is correct and proved to be simple tense.
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Nothing quite like this Broadway production has ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world.

A Nothing quite like this Broadway production has ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world.
B This Broadway production, something which has never been made before, proved to be a huge hit, broadcast around the world in 20 different countries.
C Unlike anything that had ever been made before, this Broadway production proved to be a huge hit, broadcasting in 20 different countries and around the world.
D Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.
E Nothing quite like this Broadway show was made before, and it had proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.


Responding to a pm:

One decision point is:
"20 different countries around the world"

Note that this is the correct structure. The show was broadcast in 20 different countries - the countries are around the world, some in Africa, some in Europe, some in Asia etc.

So a structure such as following does not make sense:
"20 different countries and around the world."
"around the world in 20 different countries"

This only leaves us with (D) and (E)

D Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.
E Nothing quite like this Broadway show was made before, and it had proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

Note the tenses now.
Nothing had been made before - happened first in the past so will use past perfect as done in (D)
This show proved to be a huge hit - happened later in the past so will use simple past as done in (D)

Hence the correct answer is (D)
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I don't quite like the construct of the sentence.

Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

The first one "this Broadway show" and second "it" introduce 2 parallel clauses. But, I am not sure of how the following portion " broadcast in 20 different countries around the world" works in the entire context of this sentence. "broadcast" I believe is a verb, and not a modifier, should technically create a sentence fragment in this case.

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broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

Is the usage of broadcast correct in the option D ?
Is this a noun phrase or a modifier ?

Please Clarify

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pratikshr wrote:
Nothing quite like this Broadway production has ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world.

A Nothing quite like this Broadway production has ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world.
B This Broadway production, something which has never been made before, proved to be a huge hit, broadcast around the world in 20 different countries.
C Unlike anything that had ever been made before, this Broadway production proved to be a huge hit, broadcasting in 20 different countries and around the world.
D Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.
E Nothing quite like this Broadway show was made before, and it had proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.


Responding to a pm:

One decision point is:
"20 different countries around the world"

Note that this is the correct structure. The show was broadcast in 20 different countries - the countries are around the world, some in Africa, some in Europe, some in Asia etc.

So a structure such as following does not make sense:
"20 different countries and around the world."
"around the world in 20 different countries"

This only leaves us with (D) and (E)

D Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.
E Nothing quite like this Broadway show was made before, and it had proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

Note the tenses now.
Nothing had been made before - happened first in the past so will use past perfect as done in (D)
This show proved to be a huge hit - happened later in the past so will use simple past as done in (D)

Hence the correct answer is (D)

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broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

Is the usage of broadcast correct in the option D ?
Is this a noun phrase or a modifier ?

Please Clarify

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First of all, since all options use the term "broadcast" so it is not a decision point. Also, the show was probably telecast on TV in 20 different countries (with local language subtitles). The term broadcast can be used for both radio and TV transmissions.

It is a modifier modifying the broadway show. It tells us more about the broadway show - that it was broadcast in 20 different countries - hence providing support to 'proved to be a huge hit'.
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broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

Is the usage of broadcast correct in the option D ?
Is this a noun phrase or a modifier ?

Please Clarify

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First of all, since all options use the term "broadcast" so it is not a decision point. Also, the show was probably telecast on TV in 20 different countries (with local language subtitles). The term broadcast can be used for both radio and TV transmissions.

It is a modifier modifying the broadway show. It tells us more about the broadway show - that it was broadcast in 20 different countries - hence providing support to 'proved to be a huge hit'.


Hi Karishma,

Although "broadcast" is not a decision point. I think "and" should be added prior to "broadcast" to make the structure parallel.
--> Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit and broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

How do you think?
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broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

Is the usage of broadcast correct in the option D ?
Is this a noun phrase or a modifier ?

Please Clarify

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First of all, since all options use the term "broadcast" so it is not a decision point. Also, the show was probably telecast on TV in 20 different countries (with local language subtitles). The term broadcast can be used for both radio and TV transmissions.

It is a modifier modifying the broadway show. It tells us more about the broadway show - that it was broadcast in 20 different countries - hence providing support to 'proved to be a huge hit'.


Hi Karishma,

Although "broadcast" is not a decision point. I think "and" should be added prior to "broadcast" to make the structure parallel.
--> Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit and broadcast in 20 different countries around the world.

How do you think?


No, "broadcast in 20 ..." is explaining how the Broadway show proved to be a huge hit. It acts as a modifier and hence the use of 'and' is incorrect.
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No, "broadcast in 20 ..." is explaining how the Broadway show proved to be a huge hit. It acts as a modifier and hence the use of 'and' is incorrect.


Hi Krishma,

Many thanks for your prompt reply.

I still have not got it. The sentence is "Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world."

Which nouns/pronouns does broadcast modify? As I understand, broadcast should clarify "it" (= Broadway show). However, the placement of broadcast seems to imply that broadcast modifies "hit"?!
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Some more explanation is required for D to be correct. I am also not sure what is phrase" broadcast in 20 different countries".. Is it a modifier. If so, then technical it will modify hit.

Why C is incorrect. Here broadcasting clearly refers to "The Broadway"

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VeritasPrepKarishma wrote:

No, "broadcast in 20 ..." is explaining how the Broadway show proved to be a huge hit. It acts as a modifier and hence the use of 'and' is incorrect.


Hi Krishma,

Many thanks for your prompt reply.

I still have not got it. The sentence is "Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world."

Which nouns/pronouns does broadcast modify? As I understand, broadcast should clarify "it" (= Broadway show). However, the placement of broadcast seems to imply that broadcast modifies "hit"?!

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A past participle separated by a comma and placed at the end of the sentence does not necessarily have to modify the noun before. As a noun modifier, it can modify its logical suitor rather than the proximate one. .
Look at this sentence: (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/627/02/)
Tom nervously watched the woman, alarmed by her silence.
(The phrase modifies Tom, not woman.)
Here is another classic OG case;
Diabetes, together with its serious complications, ranks as the nation's third leading cause of death, surpassed only by heart disease and cancer
Can we argue in the above sentence that surpassed only modifies death, though technically correct? Logically doesn’t it modify Diabetes? That is the correct choice. (diabetes-together-with-its-serious-complications-ranks-21132.html)
So, a formulaic and mathematical approach to GMAT SC may sometimes mislead.

In this case, the past participle ‘broadcast’ refers to the show and not the hit. After all, one can broadcast material things such as a show, but not an abstract thing such as a hit, unless the hit happens to be a physical hit.

Why C is not correct: The adverbial modifier phrase, 'broadcasting' implies that the Broadway production itself did the broadcasting job and not the broadcasters.

I will vote D

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Some more explanation is required for D to be correct. I am also not sure what is phrase" broadcast in 20 different countries".. Is it a modifier. If so, then technical it will modify hit.

Why C is incorrect. Here broadcasting clearly refers to "The Broadway"

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VeritasPrepKarishma wrote:

No, "broadcast in 20 ..." is explaining how the Broadway show proved to be a huge hit. It acts as a modifier and hence the use of 'and' is incorrect.


Hi Krishma,

Many thanks for your prompt reply.

I still have not got it. The sentence is "Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world."

Which nouns/pronouns does broadcast modify? As I understand, broadcast should clarify "it" (= Broadway show). However, the placement of broadcast seems to imply that broadcast modifies "hit"?!


The only crucial part to know here is that past participle of broadcast is same as its verb form. Whenever we see ing or ed modifier we are able to logically find out what it modifies to. See, it will sound familiar and correct if ''broadcasted in 20...'' was used. I marked C only because of this confusion.
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Thank you sir for the explanation.. It does makes sense...

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A past participle separated by a comma and placed at the end of the sentence does not necessarily have to modify the noun before. As a noun modifier, it can modify its logical suitor rather than the proximate one. .
Look at this sentence: (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/627/02/)
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Diabetes, together with its serious complications, ranks as the nation's third leading cause of death, surpassed only by heart disease and cancer
Can we argue in the above sentence that surpassed only modifies death, though technically correct? Logically doesn’t it modify Diabetes? That is the correct choice. (diabetes-together-with-its-serious-complications-ranks-21132.html)
So, a formulaic and mathematical approach to GMAT SC may sometimes mislead.

In this case, the past participle ‘broadcast’ refers to the show and not the hit. After all, one can broadcast material things such as a show, but not an abstract thing such as a hit, unless the hit happens to be a physical hit.

Why C is not correct: The adverbial modifier phrase, 'broadcasting' implies that the Broadway production itself did the broadcasting job and not the broadcasters.

I will vote D

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There's an easy way to eliminate both A and C. "Broadcasting in twenty different countries and around the world" doesn't make any sense because those countries are obviously included within the world. E is out because of a tense error illogically implying that the production was a hit before it was even made. B is a sentence fragment. D seems a little awkward at first blush because of the unusual sentence structure, but it's the best among the answer choices.

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A. Nothing quite like this Broadway production has ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries and around the world. – illogical: “and” is not needed

B. This Broadway production, something which has never been made before, proved to be a huge hit, broadcast around the world in 20 different countries. – “broadcast around the world in 20 different countries” is illogical and should be “broadcast in 20 different countries around the world”

C. Unlike anything that had ever been made before, this Broadway production proved to be a huge hit, broadcasting in 20 different countries and around the world. – illogical: “and” is not needed

D. Nothing quite like this Broadway show had ever been made before, and it proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world. [Correct]

E. Nothing quite like this Broadway show was made before, and it had proved to be a huge hit, broadcast in 20 different countries around the world. – Order of timeline is incorrect. The Broadway show was made BEFORE it proved to be a huge hit.
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