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The end of the twentieth century saw the emergence of dot com companies, with individual companies going public, stocks reaching unprecedented levels, and it had caused feverish interest whenever their stocks went on the market.

A it had caused
B would cause
C causing
D it caused
E caused

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23 Feb 2004, 17:58
My bet is on E. Explanation will follow if I'm right
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23 Feb 2004, 21:13
Anand takes the pole position here...

In this series, the verbs not underlined are going and reaching. Because of this, we can eliminate all answer choices in which the verb cause does not follow the "-ing" pattern. Causing, choice C, is the only option with the gerund or "-ing" form, thus making it the correct answer.

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23 Feb 2004, 21:36
Interesting. I was not confident on this question at all. I was leaning towards paralellism but the antecedent<->pronoun agreement struck me.
The "it" I am not sure what it refers to "the century" or "the emergence"
So I stayed with C.
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24 Feb 2004, 00:17
vivek_dj wrote:
The end of the twentieth century saw the emergence of dot com companies, with individual companies going public, stocks reaching unprecedented levels, and it had caused feverish interest whenever their stocks went on the market.

A it had caused
B would cause
C causing
D it caused
E caused

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Only C maintains parallelism.... going , reaching and causing

All others fail to maintain parallel structure.
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