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Teachers want students to be as well behaved as possible for the reason that misbehavior on the part of students affect the learning experience of the entire class.


(A) for the reason that misbehavior on the part of students affect

(B) for the reason because misbehavior on the part of students affects

(C) in that misbehavior on the part of students affect

(D) because misbehavior on the part of students affects

(E) because misbehavior on the parts of students affects

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New post 09 Oct 2018, 23:46
I think options D
Because is used correctly and in D vs E
E has SV error misbehavior ....affect

D corrects all the issues.

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(A) for the reason that misbehavior on the part of students affect. Subject Misbehavior does not agree with the verb affect

(B) for the reason because misbehavior on the part of students affects. For the reason because is redundant

(C) in that misbehavior on the part of students affect. Same as A

(D) because misbehavior on the part of students affects. Corrects the redundancy and SV-Agreement

(E) because misbehavior on the parts of students affects.

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Teachers want students to be as well behaved as possible for the reason that misbehavior on the part of students affect the learning experience of the entire class.


(A) for the reason that misbehavior on the part of students affect

(B) for the reason because misbehavior on the part of students affects

(C) in that misbehavior on the part of students affect

(D) because misbehavior on the part of students affects

(E) because misbehavior on the parts of students affects


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‘Because’ is more efficient than ‘for the reason that’, ‘for the reason’ and ‘in that’. Eliminate A, B and C. Misbehavior is singular. The verb must be ‘affects’. The correct idiomatic expression is ‘on the part of’ not ‘on the parts of’. Eliminate E. Choice D is the correct answer.
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