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# Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production house

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Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses to each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry while critics denounce the relaxations as a leeway that increases the revenue of the production houses but damages the moral character of the children.

A) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

B) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry.

C) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allows production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

D) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide the producers enough space to make creative pieces of work vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

E) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider the relaxations to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

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Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses to each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry while critics denounce the relaxations as a leeway that increases the revenue of the production houses but damages the moral character of the children.

Do not go by the wordiness of this question. If you are able to identify the grammatical construction the question becomes pretty straightforward.

(A) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

The pronoun "them" in the phrase "provide them enough …" clearly refers to "production houses," the immediately preceding plural noun. However, the pronoun "them" is used again in the phrase "consider them vital ….,"; in this usage its antecedent is unclear. “them” should logically refer to the "relaxations" but based on its position in the sentence it could also refer to “production houses”.

(B) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry.

In placing "consider" at the beginning of the sentence, this choice is able to avoid a second use of the pronoun "them," correcting the pronoun issue. However, the use of "to be" in this context is unidiomatic. The proper idiom is "consider x y" not "consider x to be y." In this case "consider tax breaks . . . vital tools" is unidiomatic and thus incorrect.

(C) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allows production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

This choice does not solve the pronoun problem from the original sentence. Moreover it creates another error by using the singular verb “allows” for the plural noun “relaxations”.

(D) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide the producers enough space to make creative pieces of work vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

CORRECT. In placing "consider" at the beginning of the sentence, this choice is able to avoid a second use of the pronoun "them," correcting the pronoun issue. It does not contain any other awkward or wordy construction.

(E) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider the relaxations to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

This choice avoids any pronoun ambiguity by replacing the second "them" in the original sentence with the use of "relaxations" after “consider.” However, the repetition of "relaxations" makes this choice somewhat wordy. A more apparent error is the use of "to be", which makes the construction “consider X to be Y” incorrect. Proper idiom is “consider X Y.”
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Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses to each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry while critics denounce the relaxations as a leeway that increases the revenue of the production houses but damages the moral character of the children.

Let's build on the non-underline part:
"critics denounce the relaxations"
The correct AC should be parallel. It is correct to move the verb before the essential modifier, which is long as ours "that Censorship Board allow production houses to each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works"

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A) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

Not parallel
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B) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry.

Parallel, but: "consider sb to be" is not my dream. "Proponents of what?" is a good remark, but if we have one issue discussed and both proponens and opponents, their aim is rather clear. I hope so at least.
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C) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allows production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

Not parallel.
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D) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide the producers enough space to make creative pieces of work vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

Parallel. "consider sh + adj" is correct. Usage of "allow" is also correct since this is subjunctive mood. My choice.
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E) Proponents of relaxations that local governments allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider the relaxations to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

Not parallel. "consider sh to be" again.

Originally posted by HumptyDumpty on 05 May 2013, 11:19.
Last edited by HumptyDumpty on 05 May 2013, 11:42, edited 1 time in total.
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skamal7 wrote:
Can you explain what both entities your considering as parallel?

"While" introduces the second clause, so the words following it should be parallel to the words opening the first clause:

1st: "Proponents of relaxations [that super long modifier] consider" should be "Proponents consider relaxations [modifier] +noun/adjective" in order to be parallel to:
2nd clause: "while critics denounce the relaxations as..."
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Let me try to explain with the 3-2 technique.
Just after the underline portion we have "while critics denounce the relaxations". so our answer choice should be in parallel with this part- tat is "proponents consider relaxations".

So we are down to two answer choices- B and D.

now let us scrutinize B and D closely. the only difference between B and D is the use of the phrase "the producers" in option D as against "them" in option B. Now in option B "them" can refer to either 'censorship board' or 'production houses'. So this is ambiguous.

Clearly D is the corect option.

IMO D.
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IMO

Proponents consider X vital for economic growth while critics denounce the X as a leeway that increases the revenue of the production houses but damages the moral character of the children.

X = "relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide the producers enough space to make creative pieces of work"

Only d does this in a right way

A) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry. The 2 thems refer to two different things Production houses and relaxations. not consistent...moreover the that clause might describe proponents
B) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry.
C) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allows production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
D) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide the producers enough space to make creative pieces of work vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
E) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider the relaxations to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry it seems the that clause is modifying proponents
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The whole issue seems to have been discussed from two aspects: pronoun ambiguity of ‘them’ and countability of the noun ‘Board’;
The pronoun them is awfully vulnerable to ambiguity in that it can logically stand for any of the proponents, relaxations, production houses or even works, although the most eligible would be relaxation; But amidst a labyrinthine of such ambiguity, it is not worth pursuing any choice containing ‘them”

That simply leaves us with only D, which ought to be the choice. But subtly D also rectifies another error; it might be appreciated that the sentences implies a sort of subjunctivity. The clause in effect means that proneness of relaxation demand that censorship board allow such and such a thing. It is just more than a plea or request, although not so explicitly stated. Now consider this example:

Recommendation from PMO that the coal ministry grant preferential treatment to certain Industrial lobbyists is considered corrupt in certain quarters.
Here there are no command words; but still one can feel the pulse of subjectivity pervading through. That is the reason the basic form of verb ‘grant’ is used. Do not mistake it for a plural verb.
In the same way, the subjunctive mood verb ‘allow’ is used in the base form rather than in a plural form.
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Board plural? "Allow" related to "relaxations" and not to the board? WRONG!
Board is singular, but we shouldn't use "allows" because this sentences is in subjunctive mood. The verb "propose", when used as a transitive verb (that is, it needs an object) uses the subjunctive mood, which requires the verb to be in bare form.
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Supporters of tax breaks that local governments award to businesses each year to prevent them from moving consider them vital economic development tools
while critics denounce the tax breaks as corporate welfare that helps some localities but weakens the national economy.

(a) Supporters of tax breaks that local governments award to businesses each year to prevent them from moving consider them vital economic development tools
(b) Supporters consider tax breaks that local governments award businesses each year to prevent them from moving to be vital economic development tools
(c) Supporters of tax breaks that local governments award businesses each year to prevent them from moving consider them vital economic development tools
(d) Supporters consider tax breaks that local governments award businesses each year to prevent them from moving vital economic development tools
(e) Supporters of tax breaks that local governments award businesses each year to prevent them from moving consider the tax breaks to be vital economic development tools

The above topic from MGMAT CAT has been replicated as the topic as below in the given question. The OA for the MGMAT version is D

Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses to each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry while critics denounce the relaxations as a leeway that increases the revenue of the production houses but damages the moral character of the children.

A) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
B) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry.
C) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allows production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
D) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide the producers enough space to make creative pieces of work vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
E) Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider the relaxations to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

One may see that the original version uses a plural ‘local governments’ and the appropriate plural verb ‘award’ in all the five choices, whereas the copy - cat version wrongly uses the plural verb ‘allow’ for the singular board in at least four choice, except for C. But C is already out because of the dual reference of ‘them”.
Meaning wise, we may see tax-breaks being given each year; it is difficult to see censorship relaxations every year as if it is an economic tool.
Although D avoids using the pronoun ‘them’, the choice is still calling the production houses as producers redundantly . Are producers different from production houses in the context?
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Undoubtedly the correct choice is 'D'.
I find this strategy very useful, so am sharing. I try to find what exactly question is testing, e.g. SV, pronoun, Verbs, //lism, modifier or idiom. This helps my brain to go in that compartment and pick necessary logic.
back to the question:
This question tests:
1. //lism: Proponents & Critics. So, if Critics denounce(2nd part of the sentence), then "proponents consider" will be a good choice.
That narrows down the choice to (B) and (D)

2. Idiom: Say no to: Consider to be or Consider as ------------ only Consider.
That narrows down to (D).

Per the indended meaning It is "Relaxations that allow production houses each year to provide...something something.
not Board allows. Logically Board allows Relaxations and Relaxations allow...something.

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D) Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide the producers enough space to make creative pieces of work vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

This is the only choice that replaces ambiguous pronouns with logically correct words.
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There is solid proof to state that board is singular

Example 1. This is the opening page of the official site of GMAC, the owners and administrators of GMAT

Board of Directors

Our Board includes representatives from member schools and industry.

You may see GMAC uses board with a singular verb.

Kenneth Freeman
Chair
Allen Questrom Professor & Dean | Questrom School of Business | Boston University
Kenneth W. Freeman joined Boston University as the Allen Questrom Professor and Dean of Questrom School of Business in 2010. Ken is currently a director of Accellent. He has previously served on the boards of HCA, Masonite (chairman), TRW (lead director), Dow Corning Corporation, Ciba-Corning Corporation, Fleet Bank of New York, and the Corning Incorporated Foundation.

When you refer to a single board, you call it board and it is singular; when you refer to more than one board, then you say boards and then only it is plural as you may see from the highlighted part.

Example 2.This is the URL of the College Board, the administrators of the SAT: https://www.collegeboard.org/about

See in the highlighted how the board describes itself.

The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.
Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education. Today, the membership association is made up of over 6,000 of the world’s leading educational institutions and is dedicated to promoting excellence and equity in education.
Each year, the College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success — including the SAT and the Advanced Placement Program. The organization also serves the education community through research and advocacy on behalf of students, educators and schools.

What more proof is needed?

1. Instead of bothering to find if a topic is good or bad, let’s ponder whether there is at least some take-away. This topic at least wants to broadcast that a pronoun cannot reference two different nouns in the same topic.
2. We should be careful when we verbalize collective nouns. When in doubt, one should be able to substantiate with official stands.
So why not take it for its worth?
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This is a good question. I got it correct 'D' for two reasons 1. Idion consider 'X' 'Y' and 2. All other options have more serious errors.

Regarding your question on 'allow' vs 'allows'...collective nouns have the flexibility to go with either plural verb or singular verb. Both the usages are equally correct. See the links below:

http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/collectivenoun.htm

http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/subj ... -nouns.htm

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Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses to each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry[/u] while critics denounce the relaxations as a leeway that increases the revenue of the production houses but damages the moral character of the children.

Pre-thinking.
1. First find out the subject-verb pair for the independent clause.
There is a sub-ordinating conjunction used in the sentence, and hence, we know that there is an independent clause and a dependent clause. The italicized part is a dependent clause (because, 'critics denounce the relaxations ... and these 'relaxations are defined in the main clause)
2. Eliminate options that have 'consider to be', or 'consider as' since these are idiomatically incorrect usages of 'consider'
3. 'Proponents of relaxations' is wrong. Usage - Proponents of free markets, proponents of reasoned hypothesis, proponents of factory reforms etc. are correct usages. What is meant by 'proponent of relaxation'? It makes no sense at all (Going by this point alone, you can eliminate A,C,E. Let's still check if there are other errors in these options)

A. Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
Pronoun ambiguity. We are unclear if the relative pronoun 'that' is referring to proponents or relaxations. Either way, the verb should be plural. 'allows' should be used instead of 'allow'. There is also a vague pronoun reference in 'them'

B. Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative piece of works to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
'Consider to be' is wrong-unidomatic and vague pronoun reference in using 'them'. Else, this sentence is perfectly fine

C. Proponents of relaxations that Censorship Board allows production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider them vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
The same pronoun ambiguity in A.

D. Proponents consider relaxations that Censorship Board allow production houses each year to provide the producers enough space to make creative pieces of work vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry

E. Proponents of relaxations that local governments allow production houses each year to provide them enough space to make creative pieces of work consider the relaxations to be vital for the economic growth of the entertainment industry
The same pronoun ambiguity in A. 'consider to be' is unidiomatic usage.
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relaxations that censorship board allow

why allow should be in singular form, as per my understanding subject of the verb is 'board' here.
And if relaxations is the subject then please explain how

The form "allow" is NOT singular (singular form is "allows"). Did you mean why plural verb "allow" is used with singular subject "board"? If this is your query, then following is the explanation:

Here the command subjunctive is used, and hence the bare form of the verb "allow". Compare with another example of command subjunctive:

Our demand that the manager STEP down (not steps down) was ignored.
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Before we go towards reasoning - I am clueless about one point, How can "Censorship Board" take a plural verb.

You're correct, madhukaramar. In normal English, it would not take a plural verb. In addition, there should probably be a "the" in front of "Censorship Board." Consider this sentence:

"Proponents of the new proposals that Board of Education are planning to discuss next week . . . ."

Nobody would ever say that in real life. Here's what you would say:

"Proponents of the new proposals that the Board of Education is planning to discuss next week . . . ."

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I read the reasoning on tone of the sentence to be subjunctive. But subjunctive structure is - <subjunctive keyword > + that + sub + [be form]. (ex - I suggest that the CEO resign). The sentence is far away from this format.How is the plural usage justified here. Kindly clarify.

You're right—the subjunctive mood is not used in this sentence. There are five regular verbs in this sentence (not including the infinitives):

allows, consider, denounce, increases, damages

All of these verbs are in the indicative mood, not the subjunctive. So, using "allow" instead of "allows" makes no sense. On the other hand, this would be an example of the correct use of the subjunctive mood:

"Proponents of certain relaxations recommend that the Censorship Board allow production houses to . . . ."

Here's a simpler example:

"The doctor recommends that she exercise half an hour each day."

Anyway, I think this is a terrible question. It needs to be put out to pasture pronto.
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isnt "allow" for censor board. it should be allows, which is only present in option c
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daagh, Don't you think its a bad question.

Also, People are saying Board is plural But isn't it a collective noun. Won't we take Singular verb Allows with Board?

Please throw some light on my queries.
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relaxations that censorship board allow

why allow should be in singular form, as per my understanding subject of the verb is 'board' here.
And if relaxations is the subject then please explain how
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According to the question, the censorship board is "allowing" production houses the relaxation....
Relaxations are "being allowed" and not "allowing" production houses
If I reverse the order of words in the sentence:- Censorship board ALLOWS relaxations, proponents of which..

Is it not correct to have "Allows" in place "Allow"
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