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# Predicting that the recession would worsen, an economist

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07 Jan 2004, 15:38
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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

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07 Jan 2004, 15:41
E ?

E is the most idiomatic.
"noted that....and that"
and uses "continue" correctly for "orders"

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07 Jan 2004, 15:45
A has a singular verb. Only C,D or E should be the answer.
I feel C should be the answer.

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07 Jan 2004, 16:18
I think "an" should be within the brackets. Is the question correctly transcribed?

If so, D.

If not, E.

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07 Jan 2004, 17:27
Im going with E...if 'an' is within brackets.

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07 Jan 2004, 18:31
I got this question from a friend and seems that " an " is not within the brackets.
I don't have the officil answer but personally go for C.
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07 Jan 2004, 19:15
hehe, little confusion here. "an" should definitely be within brackets as pointed out by Asandeep. E should be the answer. A and B are out because tense is wrong. D is out because of the lack of parrallellism. I think E is better than C because it puts an emphasis on the fact that the recession will worsen. "has been no increase" implies continuity and it means that even now, the number of hired workers has not improved. Thus, the 2 combined together, convey a better idea that the recession will worsen.
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08 Jan 2004, 01:08
I'll Go with E...
well C does not seems to be the right answer

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