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26 Jun 2004, 21:45
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26 Jun 2004, 22:33
I believe itâ€™s E. C is tempting but many speakers consider the usage of â€œhopefullyâ€

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27 Jun 2004, 02:28
between C abd E ....
can some one help why c acnnot be the better one ... pls.

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27 Jun 2004, 03:55
Another E vote.

C is wrong - two reasons

1. - see ob's explanation about 'hopefully'
2. it ommits the word 'program' which is essential to the sentence

it is the program that will cost 51 million dollars
it is the program that can, it is hoped, be completed
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27 Jun 2004, 06:59
I would go with E with the same reasoning as ob. "it is hoped" should have precedence over "hopefully" on the GMAT.
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27 Jun 2004, 10:52
Bhai wrote:
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E for me.

Hopefully is an adverb which means "full of hope" or "characterized by hope." It normally modifies verbs.

consider:

right: They listened hopefully for the sound of the rescue party. (They listened with hope).
wrong: hopefully, they will come in time.
right: I hope they will come in time.

right: When operational, it is hoped that the Ascender will make money.
wrong: When operational, hopefully the Ascender will make money. <-- here, hopefully doesn't modify any verb.

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27 Jun 2004, 11:04
smashing and batli... mighty thanks!

but still I believe that the absence of programme isn't enough to eliminate the choice... E

MODERNIZING THE STEEL MILL = A FACT OR phenomenon... which can be treated as a '' thing'' without a referent I hope...

correct me ...

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17 Oct 2006, 18:10
SmashingGrace wrote:
Another E vote.

C is wrong - two reasons

1. - see ob's explanation about 'hopefully'
2. it ommits the word 'program' which is essential to the sentence

it is the program that will cost 51 million dollars
it is the program that can, it is hoped, be completed

we don't have to have "program". (Not a good reason to eliminate C)
"Modernizing the steel mill" is the subject phrase.

However, for misuse of the "hopefully", the answer is E. Thanks all!

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17 Oct 2006, 21:31
asaf wrote:
C or E. I pick C as one of the better choice.

Its a (E).
In (C) the word completed does not have a clear antecedent.
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17 Oct 2006, 21:41
If I am not mistaken, "hopefully" is a no-no.
I'd go with E to be safe.
What happened with this image? Anyone needs a magnifier?

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18 Oct 2006, 00:03
A, D - which causes a misplaced modifier.
B - verb tense
C - hopefully cannot be used for it is hoped (Kaplan)

E remains

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