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# Passenger Vehicle

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11 Jul 2004, 12:13
The department defines a private passenger vehicle as one registered to an individual with a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds.

(A) as one registered to an individual with a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds
(B) to be one that is registered to an individual with a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds
(C) as one that is registered to an individual and that has a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds
(D) to have a gross weight less than 8,000 pounds and being registered to an individual
(E) as having a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds and registered to an individual

Vivek.

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11 Jul 2004, 14:22
1 min. C it is
A and B are out because it is as if it were the individual who had 8000 pounds or less
D) idiom is "define X as..."
E) incorrect use of active form
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11 Jul 2004, 19:50
Another vote for C. This tests the Idiom.
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11 Jul 2004, 22:56
Concur with C.
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12 Jul 2004, 03:19
I vote for (C)
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12 Jul 2004, 03:43
C with the troup!

E is close but the problem with E ...''as having '' and ''registred'' do not vouch for the tense parallel str'' here...

hope that helps!

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12 Jul 2004, 07:00
It is C where there is no confusion about weight referring to Car or Individual.

A, B - There is confusion about weight referring to Car or Individual.
D & E - No parallelism.

vivek_dj wrote:
The department defines a private passenger vehicle as one registered to an individual with a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds.

(A) as one registered to an individual with a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds
(B) to be one that is registered to an individual with a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds
(C) as one that is registered to an individual and that has a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds
(D) to have a gross weight less than 8,000 pounds and being registered to an individual
(E) as having a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds and registered to an individual

Vivek.

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12 Jul 2004, 07:12
C with the crowd!
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12 Jul 2004, 07:27
With the gang, C is my FA.
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13 Jul 2004, 06:25
Everybody is in form ..yes the OA is C.

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