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5. South Korea has witnessed the worldâ€™s most dramatic growth of Christian congregations; church membership is expanding by 6.6 percent a year, fully two-thirds of the growth coming from conversions rather than the population increasing.
(A) coming from conversions rather than the population increasing
(B) coming from conversions rather than increases in the population
(C) coming from conversions instead of the populationâ€™s increasing
(D) is from conversions instead of population increases
(E) is from conversions rather than increasing the population
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07 Mar 2005, 06:10
kar_suud wrote:
5. South Korea has witnessed the worldâ€™s most

B it is . Although, i really liked A except for the last "increases" word
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07 Mar 2005, 06:25
[quote="kar_suud"]5. South Korea has witnessed the worldâ€™s most dramatic growth of Christian congregations; church membership is expanding by 6.6 percent a year, fully two-thirds of the growth is coming from conversions instead of population increases.

- in order to use D, you would have to change the sentence to this:
; church member is expanding by 6.6 percent a year where fully two-thirds of the growth is coming from ....
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07 Mar 2005, 07:19
South Korea has witnessed the worldâ€™s most dramatic growth of Christian congregations; church membership is expanding by 6.6 percent a year, fully two-thirds of the growth coming from conversions rather than the population increasing.

(A), (C), (E) all have an awkward setence structure. Placing the verb increasing after population does not achieve the desired effect of saying that 2/3 of the growth was not created by the increase in population. There's an issue of clarity with these three choices.

We're left with (B) and (D).

(B) coming from conversions rather than increases in the population
(D) is from conversions instead of population increases

Between (B) and (D), (B) seems to be a better choice as there seems to be parallellism with 'expanding'... 'coming from'. 'Rather than' also seems to be a better choice over 'intead of'. The latter is more appropriate between two choices.

(B) it is.
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07 Mar 2005, 11:11
B is correct I think.

I don't think the 'is' in (D) and (E) is correct, this make the sentence contains two verbs.
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08 Mar 2005, 19:34
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5. South Korea has witnessed the worldâ€™s most dramatic growth of Christian congregations; church membership is expanding by 6.6 percent a year, fully two-thirds of the growth coming from conversions rather than the population increasing.
(A) coming from conversions rather than the population increasing
(B) coming from conversions rather than increases in the population
(C) coming from conversions instead of the populationâ€™s increasing
(D) is from conversions instead of population increases
(E) is from conversions rather than increasing the population

B for sure.

coming from is better than is from ;besides, parallelism can crack this.
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08 Mar 2005, 21:11
I chose "D".....becose rather than expresses a "preference"...instead of shud be the right usage here....what's the OA ?
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09 Mar 2005, 01:28
but in (D), population increases soudn awkward.
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09 Mar 2005, 14:42
D it is...

Full two-thirds of growth coming from.... is wrong

it should full two-thirds of growth is coming....

D corrects ||ism problem
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09 Mar 2005, 16:39
B.........

as I dont see the sentence beggining the way D does.
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09 Mar 2005, 17:00
banerjeea_98 wrote:
I chose "D".....becose rather than expresses a "preference"...instead of shud be the right usage here....what's the OA ?

I change my answer to (D).. Also, "coming from" in (B) is unnecessary.

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09 Mar 2005, 18:41
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South Korea has witnessed the worldâ€™s most dramatic growth of Christian congregations; church membership is expanding by 6.6 percent a year, fully two-thirds of the growth coming from conversions rather than the population increasing.

(A) coming from conversions rather than the population increasing
(B) coming from conversions rather than increases in the population
(C) coming from conversions instead of the populationâ€™s increasing
(D) is from conversions instead of population increases
(E) is from conversions rather than increasing the population

i think fully 2/3rd of the growth is singular. if so, i also go with D, otherwise B.
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10 Mar 2005, 11:42
D and E are eliminated because of "is". You can't connect two complete sentences with a comma.

We need a noun to parallel with "conversion". It should be "increase", rather than "increasing".

Therefore B.
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10 Mar 2005, 13:08
I still choose B because as Honghu said it should be population INCREASE not plural...
i think the question is badly phrased

fully two-thirds of the growth

that part threw me off
i have never heard that reference before
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10 Mar 2005, 13:13
Well, it has to be "increases". It might be awkward to use "the increase" since we are not talking about a specific increase. Can't be "an increase" either, since we don't know if there's only one increase that is involved.
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10 Mar 2005, 16:35
HongHu wrote:
D and E are eliminated because of "is". You can't connect two complete sentences with a comma.

We need a noun to parallel with "conversion". It should be "increase", rather than "increasing".

Therefore B.

Oops.. First time I picked (B) because of same reason. Second time I forgot and changed to (D).. I change my answer back to (B)..
10 Mar 2005, 16:35
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