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That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed for the company's troubles.

(A) That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed
(B) That the consumer products division has a lack in credible leadership cannot be blamed
(C) The consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed
(D) The lack of credible leadership of the consumer products division is not blaming
(E) It is not blameworthy that the consumer products division lacks credible leadership
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That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed for the company's troubles.

(A) That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed
(B) That the consumer products division has a lack in credible leadership cannot be blamed
(C) The consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed
(D) The lack of credible leadership of the consumer products division is not blaming
wrong sentence construction.
(E) It is not blameworthy that the consumer products division lacks credible leadership
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Could someone explain why A is right?
That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed for the company's troubles.

(A) That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed - seems like fragment; so didnt pick
(B) That the consumer products division has a lack in credible leadership cannot be blamed
(C) The consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed it has a missing word 'for' - so why is it incorrect? The construction seems clearer in meaning.
(D) The lack of credible leadership of the consumer products division is not blaming
(E) It is not blameworthy that the consumer products division lacks credible leadership

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Could someone explain why A is right?
That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed for the company's troubles.

(A) That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed - seems like fragment; so didnt pick

(C) The consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed it has a missing word 'and' preceding 'cannot be blamed' - so why is it incorrect? The construction seems clearer in meaning.
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That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed for the company's troubles.

(A) That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed
(B) That the consumer products division has a lack in credible leadership cannot be blamed
(C) The consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed
(D) The lack of credible leadership of the consumer products division is not blaming
(E) It is not blameworthy that the consumer products division lacks credible leadership


What this sentence is trying to convey is that just because "the consumer products division lacks credible leadership" that does not mean that lack of credibility in itself is necessarily an attributable cause of the company's trouble. We cannot blame the company's troubles on the fact that the consumer division lacks credible leadership in other words. So actually "A" is fine.

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Why is C not correct..Please explain, thank you

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Why is C not correct..Please explain, thank you


Hi pclawong ,

C has a DISASTROUS Error.

It has one subject and two verbs joined without any conjunction. GMAT hates this and so I. :P

Subject : The consumer products division

Verb 1: lacks credible leadership
Verb 2: cannot be blamed

Does that make sense?
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pclawong wrote:
Why is C not correct..Please explain, thank you


Hi pclawong ,

C has a DISASTROUS Error.

It has one subject and two verbs joined without any conjunction. GMAT hates this and so I. :P

Subject : The consumer products division

Verb 1: lacks credible leadership
Verb 2: cannot be blamed

Does that make sense?


Thank you but isn't A the same?

(A) That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed
(C) The consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed

Would you tell me how "that" makes the difference?

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Thank you but isn't A the same?

(A) That the consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed
(C) The consumer products division lacks credible leadership cannot be blamed

Would you tell me how "that" makes the difference?


Hi pclawong ,

Here I go:

That here is representing "The fact that". It is okay to use just "that"

Now, A is actually a combination of two sentences

1. The fact that X cannot be blamed.
2. the consumer products division lacks credible leadership

Hence, A is correct.

Let me take an example:

The fact that I am an Indian Engineer is the reason I am not at Harvard.

Did you see a similar construction now?
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