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145. Violence in the stands at soccer matches has gotten so pronounced in several European countries that some stadiums have adopted new rules that aim to identify fans of visiting teams and that seat them in a separate area.
(A) to identify fans of visiting teams and that seat them
(B) to identify fans of visiting teams and seat them
(C) to identify fans of visiting teams for seating
(D) at identifying fans of visiting teams so as to seat them
(E) at identifying fans of visiting teams and that seat them



OA is B), i marked D)
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New post 02 Aug 2006, 10:31
B is the only parallel choice

D and E use gerunds to mean action... a NO-NO on GMAT... I've talked about gerunds many times, so if you'd like you can find it in one of my posts.

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New post 02 Aug 2006, 14:14
agree with U2.

A: is not || to A and to B would be ||
C: changes the meaning to be 'identify those fans of visiting teams who must be seated
D: so as to is smelly :)
E: and that seat them, not ||

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New post 02 Aug 2006, 20:19
Clear winner B

"Aim to" is idiomatic.

Problem with D is the "so as to " structure. the correct structure is So X as to B.

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New post 19 Aug 2006, 04:25
"aim to" is idiomatic.

Not only is D ungrammatical as Jay explained, but it is stated in the dreaded passive voice.

(B)

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