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# The computer software being designed for a project studying

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09 Apr 2005, 15:41
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The computer software being designed for a project studying Native American access to higher education will not only meet the needs of that study, but also has the versatility and power of facilitating similar research endeavors.

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(B)but also have the versatility and power of facilitating
(C) but it also has the versatility and power to facilitate
(D)and also have the versatility and power of facilitating
(E)and it also has such versatility and power that it can facilitate

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09 Apr 2005, 16:16
Will go with 'B'
will not only X but also have Y

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09 Apr 2005, 17:06
yes B is it. usage in future tense therefore "have" and not "has"

will meet ----- have

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09 Apr 2005, 17:22
dipaksingh wrote:
yes B is it. usage in future tense therefore "have" and not "has"

will meet ----- have

Could you elaborate on this....I mean i see what u're saying [will = future tense therefore use have]. Is this some kind of rule? Any exceptions to the rule?

But subject = computer software [singular].

Therefore verb should be singular. Are you saying "have" is used as a singular verb here - As in "I have no car"??

Pls elaborate.....

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10 Apr 2005, 09:45
I'm also wondering about the comma before the "but." In order to use that comma, the clause after it must be independent. Without the subject "it," the comma is incorrectly used. Thoughts?

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10 Apr 2005, 22:55
not only.. but also is the correct idiom.

(D), and (E) are out.
In (C), 'it' is redundnant.

Between A and B, I'll take B. 'have' is the correct verb to use.

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10 Apr 2005, 22:58
gmataquaguy wrote:
dipaksingh wrote:
yes B is it. usage in future tense therefore "have" and not "has"

will meet ----- have

Could you elaborate on this....I mean i see what u're saying [will = future tense therefore use have]. Is this some kind of rule? Any exceptions to the rule?

But subject = computer software [singular].

Therefore verb should be singular. Are you saying "have" is used as a singular verb here - As in "I have no car"??

Pls elaborate.....

I think it's most a case of the future tense requiring 'have' rather than the subject being singular or plural. Anyway, the sentnece discusses the uses of the software, and since it's not just one use, but many other uses as well, a plural verb isn't wrong.

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11 Apr 2005, 07:20
I think it is B and i agree with ywilfred about future tenses using have irresepective of being singular or plural

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11 Apr 2005, 08:58
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"B"....this is why I think B is correct....In the first part we are using will not only......to maintain || in the second part we should also say "but also will have the ability".....however, will from the 2nd part has been omitted to avoid redundancy. As u know will have is the correct usuage and not will has....hence B is the answer

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11 Apr 2005, 13:25
definintely between A and B for idiomatic expresssion. B for "will... have"... OA please

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15 Apr 2005, 00:29
What is the OA??? Dont you think its about time to post an OA swath20???

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