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That the companies would merge was a certainty, though less clear

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That the companies would merge was a certainty, though less clear were when the merger would take place, who among the top executives would be the chief executive, and who, if anyone, would voluntarily leave.

(A) That the companies would merge was a certainty, though less clear were when the merger would take place, who among the top executives would be the chief executive, and who, if anyone, would voluntarily leave.

(B) The companies’ merger was a certainty, though less clear was when the merger would take place, who among the top executives would be the chief executive, and who, if anyone, would voluntarily leave.

(C) The companies’ merger was certain, though less clear was when the merger would take place, who among the top executives the chief executive would be, and who, if anyone, would voluntarily choose to leave.

(D) It was certain that the companies would merge, though less clear was when the merger would take place, who among the top executives would be the chief executive, and if anyone leaves, who.

(E) It was certain that the companies would merge, though less clear was when the merger would take place, who among the top executives would be the chief executive, and who, if anyone voluntarily leaves, would do so.
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New post 24 Mar 2018, 11:34
ShashwatPrakash wrote:
That the companies would merge was a certainty, though less clear were when the merger would take place, who among the top executives would be the chief executive, and who, if anyone, would voluntarily leave.




options are missing,

pls post them as well
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