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# SC: Honey export

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05 Aug 2006, 09:28
CHEN wrote:
A for me

I think A is undiomatic ....
Argentina "has become" .... implies the modifier in the latter part of the sentence should be present progressive - selling ..... and hence E.

Imaru, can you confirm with the OA.
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05 Aug 2006, 09:37
if HALF can refer to half of honey
I will consider E ok
I don't think HALF is enough to refer to " half of honey"

Since my verbal is poor, Please spare me if I'm wrong
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05 Aug 2006, 09:51
Professor wrote:
this is a good question.

i go with E.

I'd go with E as well since the other choices have errors i can make out. Professor, would you please help us with the explanation though? I am not very clear on how the prepositional phrase "with almost half going" modifies "90000 tons"?
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05 Aug 2006, 11:01
a- incorrect use of 'which' - referent issue ( very few 'of which' options are correct) - I know this is not a good reason to eliminate A -
B - and -- reject
C with ........, with ..... awkward sale to X of Y also wordy
D 'and' reject
E POE correct - plus i could not spot anything wrong
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05 Aug 2006, 22:10
dwivedys wrote:
Professor wrote:
this is a good question.

i go with E.

I'd go with E as well since the other choices have errors i can make out. Professor, would you please help us with the explanation though? I am not very clear on how the prepositional phrase "with almost half going" modifies "90000 tons"?

my reasoning is that the phrase "with..........." is not correct. so ABC are out. between D and E, D has "it", which doesot have a clear antecedent. therefore i eliminated it for E.

I liked "almost half of which going" in A, but the prepositional phrase "with........" does not sound good.
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06 Aug 2006, 08:41
Sorry to reply late. The OA is A. but i got E too.
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