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# The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure

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The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure of the money supply, known as M2, but still not to ignore standard indicators.

A) but still not to ignore
B) and not to ignore any longer
C) but that they still not ignore
D) and not that they continue to ignore
E) but that they are still not ignoring
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24 Jul 2017, 11:59
sananoor wrote:
The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure of the money supply, known as M2, but still not to ignore standard indicators.

A) but still not to ignore
B) and not to ignore any longer
C) but that they still not ignore
D) and not that they continue to ignore
E) but that they are still not ignoring

the 2 clauses need to be parallel. Only C does that.

I think there is a typo. It should be 'analysts' and not 'analyst' as the verb is plural 'suggest.
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25 Jul 2017, 00:14
conufused between A and C

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25 Jul 2017, 01:35
mohshu wrote:
conufused between A and C

At first, I chose A as my answer and after knowing the OA I knew that I were wrong. I think the paralelism plays big part in distinguishing between A and C.

A) but still not to ignore =>The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure of the money supply, known as M2, but still pay attention not to ignore standard indicators. => weird meaning

C) but that they still not ignore => The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure of the money supply, known as M2, but that they still not ignore standard indicators.

Hope it helps.
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26 Jul 2017, 08:52
None of the options seem right to me. Can an expert please comment as well.
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02 Oct 2017, 06:53
[quote="darn"]None of the options seem right to me. Can an expert please comment as well.[/quote

Hi darn,

Here is my take on C.

C) but that they still not ignore -- This sentence is correct. 'They' modifies traders, as analyst and measure are both singular. The sentence also has proper parallelism: that and that. The sentence also holds the original meaning!

Which part of C do you disagree with?
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26 Oct 2017, 14:50
subjunctive so pay parallel with ignore

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27 Oct 2017, 02:21
The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure of the money supply, known as M2, but still not to ignore standard indicators.

A) but still not to ignore -"to ignore" is not parallel to "pay".
B) and not to ignore any longer -we need but
C) but that they still not ignore -Correct. "ignore" is parallel to "pay"
D) and not that they continue to ignore -we need but
E) but that they are still not ignoring -"ignoring" is not parallel to "pay"
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27 Oct 2017, 14:00
gmatexam439 wrote:
The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure of the money supply, known as M2, but still not to ignore standard indicators.

A) but still not to ignore -"to ignore" is not parallel to "pay".
B) and not to ignore any longer -we need but
C) but that they still not ignore -Correct. "ignore" is parallel to "pay"
D) and not that they continue to ignore -we need but
E) but that they are still not ignoring -"ignoring" is not parallel to "pay"

Why do we need a "but" here?
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27 Oct 2017, 19:37
The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure of the money supply, known as M2, but still not to ignore standard indicators.

A) but still not to ignore
incorrect : we have suggest that hence but that makes the sentence more parallel
B) and not to ignore any longer
incorrect: we have a contrast in the sentence and hence "and" is not an appropriate usage to convey the correct meaning
C) but that they still not ignore
Correct
D) and not that they continue to ignore
incorrect: we have a contrast in the sentence and hence "and" is not an appropriate usage to convey the correct meaning
E) but that they are still not ignoring
incorrect : we have suggest that hence but that makes the sentence more parallel, This sentence is in a subjunctive mood hence a verb such as are is not needed.

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28 Oct 2017, 05:55
kartzcool wrote:
gmatexam439 wrote:
The analyst suggest that traders pay more attention to broader measure of the money supply, known as M2, but still not to ignore standard indicators.

A) but still not to ignore -"to ignore" is not parallel to "pay".
B) and not to ignore any longer -we need but
C) but that they still not ignore -Correct. "ignore" is parallel to "pay"
D) and not that they continue to ignore -we need but
E) but that they are still not ignoring -"ignoring" is not parallel to "pay"

Why do we need a "but" here?

Hi kartzcool,

The analyst is suggesting the traders to do something and at the same time is asking them to be conscious of some other thing. So we need to show contrast.

For an example,

John's mother suggested him to be nice with his friends but warned him to be vary of their bad intentions. --> Here mother is suggesting 2 things of which 1 is positive (nice) and the other is negative (bad intentions).

Had the mother told John two positive things, such as "being nice" and "sharing things" then we would have used a "and".
For example,
John's mother suggested him to be nice with his friends and also advised him to share his food with them.

I hope that was of help !
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