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New post 01 May 2009, 07:21
Between B and D.

I go with D. I believe "they" is require.
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between B and D, I think D sounds better but how(based on which formula) is B wrong?(
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New post 01 May 2009, 20:14
IMO D

(A) or --> does not convey the parallel negative meaning in two predicates but adds an opposite meaning predicate to the other predicate, distorting the intended meaning of the sentence
(B) nor --> nor is ok in meaning but not good enough because likely here is an ADJ and it must be used right behind to be. So, this choice lacks to be
(C) or are --> are is added, but the same error as A
(D) nor are they --> the best. are is correctly added and parallel structure between the 2 clauses
(E) nor are not --> problematic english use
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New post 02 May 2009, 09:15
C and E are completely undiiomatic...A and B have missing pronoun....furthre there is no "Either" preceeding or in A. So IMO D.
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