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# School integration plans that involve busing between

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School integration plans that involve busing between suburban and central-city areas have contributed, according to a recent study, to significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces any future need for busing.

A. significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces

B. significant integration increases in housing, which, in turn, reduces

C. increase housing integration significantly, which, in turn, reduces

D. increase housing integration significantly, in turn reducing

E. significantly increase housing integration, which, in turn, reduce
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05 May 2008, 22:50
bsd_lover wrote:
School integration plans that involve busing between suburban and central-city areas have contributed, according to a recent study, to significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces any future need for busing.

A. significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces

B. significant integration increases in housing, which, in turn, reduces

C. increase housing integration significantly, which, in turn, reduces

D. increase housing integration significantly, in turn reducing

E. significantly increase housing integration, which, in turn, reduce

1. Somthings increases, not increase something. So, C, D, E out
2. Btw A and B, I choose A b/c I want to keep "increase" fresh
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06 May 2008, 00:55
A. significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces
S-V issue. Wrong.
B. significant integration increases in housing, which, in turn, reduces
S-V issue. Wrong.
C. increase housing integration significantly, which, in turn, reduces
D. increase housing integration significantly, in turn reducing
E. significantly increase housing integration, which, in turn, reduce
S-V issue. Wrong.
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06 May 2008, 05:32
Option A looks tidy and grammatically correct. IMO, it is A
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06 May 2008, 08:06
I choose A as well.

First you have to determine what is significant.

Is the 'increase' significant or is the 'integration' significant?

School integration plans that involve busing between suburban and central-city areas have contributed, according to a recent study, to significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces any future need for busing.

ex. The integration on the west side increases 10%, the integration on the south side increases 15% etc.

There are multiple increases that are significant.
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06 May 2008, 09:18
A for me. (which correctly refers to housing integration)
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06 May 2008, 10:21
bsd_lover wrote:
School integration plans that involve busing between suburban and central-city areas have contributed, according to a recent study, to significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces any future need for busing.

A. significant increases in housing integration, which, in turn, reduces

B. significant integration increases in housing, which, in turn, reduces

C. increase housing integration significantly, which, in turn, reduces

D. increase housing integration significantly, in turn reducing

E. significantly increase housing integration, which, in turn, reduce

I choose A. You should have "reduces," thus eliminating D & E. B is worded incorrectly. C is incorrect because the "plans" did not "contribute to increase in housing."
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06 May 2008, 21:03
OA is A.
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