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# The findings of a Graham Institute's study show that even

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The findings of a Graham Institute's study show that even fifteen years later, some men and women still experience the effects of acne occurring when teenagers.
A occurring when teenagers.
B occurring when a teenager.
C that occur when a teenager.
D that occurred when they were teenagers.
E that have occurred as each was a teenager.

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25 Feb 2004, 19:01
Another for D!!..........."teen age" is past, hence occured must be there!!

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26 Feb 2004, 17:00
In this example, we are looking for subject-verb agreement. The first part of the sentence indicates that we are looking for something that happened in the past, hence the reference even fifteen years later. Some men and women is a plural subject, choices B and C have a singular subject and can therefore be eliminated. Choice A is in the present tense, and we are looking for an action that occurred in the past. Choice E is incorrect because it uses as instead of when, which would indicate a comparison that is not being made between some men and women. D is the best answer, using the past tense with a plural subject.

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26 Feb 2004, 17:02
vivek_dj wrote:
In this example, we are looking for subject-verb agreement. The first part of the sentence indicates that we are looking for something that happened in the past, hence the reference even fifteen years later. Some men and women is a plural subject, choices B and C have a singular subject and can therefore be eliminated. Choice A is in the present tense, and we are looking for an action that occurred in the past. Choice E is incorrect because it uses as instead of when, which would indicate a comparison that is not being made between some men and women. D is the best answer, using the past tense with a plural subject.

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hello vivek

you are doing a great job with your attempt to understand all the choices

keep it up!

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26 Feb 2004, 17:11
Thanks Praetorian...
Coming from you..it may just be the shot in the arm I needed.

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