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# Predicting that the recession would worsen, an economist

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01 Dec 2003, 00:24
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Predicting that the recession would worsen, an economist noted that orders, especially for manufactured goods, continues to decline and that there has not been an increase in the number of workers being hired.

A) continues to decline and that there has not been an
B) continues to decline and that there is no
C) continue to decline and that there is no
D) continue to decline and there has not been
E) continue to decline and that there has been no

which is better , C OR E?

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01 Dec 2003, 00:30
C seems to be the most parallel of all.
... contunue and there is

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01 Dec 2003, 07:58
present perfect should fit here as author uses " .. orders continue to decline..' started sometime in past, but still happening.

economists noted that there has been no increase in.....

had D been "continue to decline and 'that' there has not been" it would have been the best.

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01 Dec 2003, 07:58
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