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# The Behemoth Corp. has recently implemented policy aimed at

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The Behemoth Corp. has recently implemented policy aimed at increasing sales and improving communication among departments.
A aimed at increasing sales and improving
B aimed at increasing sales and to improve
C aiming at the increase of sales and to improve
D aiming at increasing sales with the improvement
E with the aim to increase sales and improving

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24 Jul 2008, 01:35
Another important aspect this question tests is the idiomatic expression : aim at vs aim to

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24 Jul 2008, 22:29
The correct answer is A. The appropriate idiomatic expression is aim at + gerund (increasing, improving, doing, etc.). Therefore we can eliminate C, D, and E for using unidiomatic forms. As well, we have a Parallel Construction problem with the two verbs increasing and improving. B has increasing... to improve. C gives us the increase... to improve. D has increasing...with the improvement, and in E we have to increase... improving. Only A has the grammatical increasing... improving.

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