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# The lieutenant reminded Company B that the only information

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12 Jun 2006, 21:37
vivek123 wrote:
IMO "E" will be wrong on GMAT for SV agreement. 'they' also creates confusion about whom it is referring to.

Folks, be careful with Barrons. My suggestion, just ignore this & go ahead.

vivek,

while I agree that Barron isn't the best source, it is very arrogant to say that one should ignore it or this question in particular... there are tons of questions in this forum that don't state the source but are from even worse sources... and there are plenty of such questions in SC 1000 document, which also lucks explanations!!!

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12 Jun 2006, 21:41
selene wrote:
Professor wrote:
can anyone expalin what "they" mean? how it fits into this sentence?

Professor,

Here "they" refers to Company B -- the people working for the company --
And we must put "if they were captured" at the beginning of our choice, otherwise it modifies the enemy or as in D, the information and that is not we want.

In this question, like some of the GMAT question, it is essential that we understand the meaning. We need to eliminate choices as I tried to explain in my earlier post.

selene,

i agree with vivek. if it is from barrons, its better to ignore it.

however imo "they" donot refer to company B and people working with it.

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13 Jun 2006, 13:54
Professor wrote:
selene,

i agree with vivek. if it is from barrons, its better to ignore it.

however imo "they" donot refer to company B and people working with it.

OK Professor, let's skip it. But within the limits of this question, there remains no choice for "they" but the people working in Company B.

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