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# Ok, A SC series now... have fun. Rules 1. Time

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Joined: 15 Aug 2003
Posts: 3454

Kudos [?]: 919 [0], given: 781

Ok, A SC series now... have fun. Rules 1. Time [#permalink]

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10 Mar 2004, 20:15
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Ok, A SC series now... have fun.

Rules

1. Time yourself
2. Try not to guess the answer. if you can tell why you are right, it will only help you. if you are not, you will learn from others

It is in the highest degree improbable that the proposed educational
reforms will ever be carried on effect, because neither the parents, nor
the training colleges, not the examination boards, not the boards of
governors, not the ministries of education would
countenance them
for a moment.
(A) on effect, because neither the parents, nor the training colleges, not
the examination boards, not the boards of governors, not the ministries of
education would
(B) into effect, for neither the parents, nor the training colleges, nor the
examination boards, nor the boards of governors, nor the ministries of
education would
(C) into effect, because nor the parents, nor the training colleges, nor the
examination boards, nor the boards of governors, nor the ministries of
education would be
(D) into effect, neither the parents, nor the training colleges, nor the
examination boards, nor the boards of governors, nor the ministries of
education would be
(E) into effect, for neither the parents, nor the training colleges, nor the
examination boards, nor the boards of governors, nor the ministries of
education would be

Kudos [?]: 919 [0], given: 781

CEO
Joined: 15 Aug 2003
Posts: 3454

Kudos [?]: 919 [0], given: 781

Re: [#1] SC Challenge : Education [#permalink]

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11 Mar 2004, 05:03
praetorian123 wrote:
Ok, A SC series now... have fun.

Rules

1. Time yourself
2. Try not to guess the answer. if you can tell why you are right, it will only help you. if you are not, you will learn from others

It is in the highest degree improbable that the proposed educational
reforms will ever be carried on effect, because neither the parents, nor
the training colleges, not the examination boards, not the boards of
governors, not the ministries of education would
countenance them
for a moment.
(A) on effect, because neither the parents, nor the training colleges, not
the examination boards, not the boards of governors, not the ministries of
education would
(B) into effect, for neither the parents, nor the training colleges, nor the
examination boards, nor the boards of governors, nor the ministries of
education would
(C) into effect, because nor the parents, nor the training colleges, nor the
examination boards, nor the boards of governors, nor the ministries of
education would be
(D) into effect, neither the parents, nor the training colleges, nor the
examination boards, nor the boards of governors, nor the ministries of
education would be
(E) into effect, for neither the parents, nor the training colleges, nor the
examination boards, nor the boards of governors, nor the ministries of
education would be

Good work, guys.
QUOTE:
B is correct. If we employ NEITHER as a conjuction, then the construction [NEITHER...NOR...NOR...NOR...] is OK, as is [EITHER...OR...OR...].

Kudos [?]: 919 [0], given: 781

Re: [#1] SC Challenge : Education   [#permalink] 11 Mar 2004, 05:03
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