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Our understanding was that she would continue to cover the

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Our understanding was that she would continue to cover the costs of school enrollment and room and board for the children, which she verbally agreed to pay with the rest of the family.

which she verbally agreed to pay with the rest of the family.
which she agreed verbally with the rest of the family to pay.
of which she agreed verbally with the rest of the family to pay.
both of which she verbally agreed to pay with the rest of the family.
both of which she agreed to pay with the rest of the family verbally.

I will post the OA in next 2-3 days.

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06 Jul 2011, 11:48
A, B is wrong as "which" refers to children. I believe "which" need to refer to the understanding. C only satisfies.
What's the OA?
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06 Jul 2011, 20:04
In option C.. of which she agreed verbally with the rest of the family to pay.
does the of which include all the factors such as enrollment, board ... I doubt.. can some one clarify???
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06 Jul 2011, 20:50
IMO, D

I think that "both of which" clarifies that she will pay not only the board for the children.
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06 Jul 2011, 21:44
D seems the best bet.. but on second thoughts...
agreed verbally or verbally agreed?? Isn't agreed verbally appropriate??? Or is it something like verbally acts as an adverb modifying the verb agreed???
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07 Jul 2011, 07:59
my choice was also D, apparently OA is B.
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Our understanding was that she would continue to cover the costs of school enrollment and room and board for the children, which she verbally agreed to pay with the rest of the family.

which she verbally agreed to pay with the rest of the family.
which she agreed verbally with the rest of the family to pay.
of which she agreed verbally with the rest of the family to pay.
both of which she verbally agreed to pay with the rest of the family.
both of which she agreed to pay with the rest of the family verbally.

I will post the OA in next 2-3 days.

I go with B
"of school enrollment and room and board for the children" is a prepositional phrase. so ideally 'which' should modify costs... It does in B.
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07 Jul 2011, 09:02
i didn't know such 'which' rule existed,..thanks sudhir18n..BTW, your practice test scores are amazing
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07 Jul 2011, 20:22
Something new with regards to the prepositional phrases..
Did not know that...
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08 Jul 2011, 01:44
My choice is D too. Can somebody put up the explanations for the answer choice B?
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09 Jul 2011, 13:18
can we have the OE please? eager to see it
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