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38. Out of UK's obsession with all India-related things has grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that is bringing rich South Asian culture to the street corners of London.
A India-related things has grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that is bringing
B India-related things have grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that bring
C things India-related have grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that brings
D things India has grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that are bringing
E things related to India that have grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that is bringing


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Originally posted by vaivish1723 on 01 Jun 2009, 10:22.
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New post 01 Jun 2009, 10:44
I guess you've missed the underline in the question.
Could you please correct?

Whats the source?
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New post 01 Jun 2009, 11:07
"a national market" requires "has" and "is bringing" so I guess it would be "A". But not sure.
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New post 01 Jun 2009, 12:44
Hum....It is hard to even understand what the statement is.

But based on the trivial errors, I am left with option B. So I will go for B if I have to choose one.

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What is the source of the question.
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New post 01 Jun 2009, 15:44
I will go with A , what is OA?

Subjects are "Obsession" and " a national market"
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New post 01 Jun 2009, 17:04
I'll go with A although sounds a bit strange (India related things)
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vaivish1723 wrote:
38. Out of UK's obsession with all India-related things has grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that is bringing rich South Asian culture to the street corners of London.
A India-related things has grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that is bringing
B India-related things have grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that bring
C things India-related have grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that brings
D things India has grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that are bringing-- wrong meaning
E things related to India that have grown a national market for gourmet Indian cuisine and Indian music that is bringing


Please discuss.

this question is similar to the question in OG. Question is about antique things and I guess one of the test prep agencies copied it and modified a bit.

I will not attempt this question but still go with B. :lol:
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New post 01 Jun 2009, 23:21
I dont have the Oa's. I dont have the source for the Qs, as i was surfing some sites and downloaded this questions. Thanks
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New post 03 Jun 2009, 07:12
IMO, the answer is A..

to amolsk11,

we can figure out the part to be corrected with the choice A, as always it is the first choice which is directly taken from the question..
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New post 03 Jun 2009, 12:34
I think it should be D.

A,B,C,E all lacks a proper subject
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New post 03 Jun 2009, 13:52
It's D.

"has" correctly refers to market and "are" after cuisine "and" music appropriately addresses the plural subject.

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