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# The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74

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The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any other age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

A - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any other age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

B - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any age group, according to data that was recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

C - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

D - According to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone, the combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any other age group, a finding that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

E - According to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone, the combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any age group, and has major implications for policy decisions going forward.
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The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any other age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

A - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any other age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward. first error- we need a 'that'. second error- 'that' refers to data, implying incorrect meaning.

B - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any age group, according to data that was recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and has major implications for policy decisions going forward. we need a 'that'

C - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward. same as the second error in A.

D - According to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone, the combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any other age group, a finding that has major implications for policy decisions going forward. 'that' correctly refers to the combined debt of Greeks. 'a finding' correctly points to the reason that has major implications for policy decisions.... Correct

E - According to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone, the combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any age group, and has major implications for policy decisions going forward. - incorrect meaning that the combined debt of Greeks has major implications...
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26 Nov 2017, 16:46
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The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any other age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

A - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any other age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

B - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any age group, according to data that was recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

C - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

D - According to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone, the combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any other age group, a finding that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

E - According to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone, the combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any age group, and has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

A - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any other age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

B - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than in any age group, according to data that was recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

C - The combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any age group, according to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone and that has major implications for policy decisions going forward.

D - According to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone, the combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any other age group, a finding that has major implications for policy decisions going forward. Correct use of A Noun + Noun Modifier

E - According to data recently collected by officials in the Eurozone, the combined debt of Greeks from the ages of 68 to 74 is rising faster than that of any age group, and has major implications for policy decisions going forward
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