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The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.

A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has
B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer
C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having
D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having
E) it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have

Analysis:

A clear question of parallelism. The Life and Casualty Company by increasing…., The Life and Casualty Company has set…..and will no longer.
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C) The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.

The basic problem with C is that the highlighted part is an unparallel fragment, with a verbed clause on the left of the conjunction 'and'' and a verb-less modifier phrase on the right.
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daagh sir!

Could you please explain what is wrong with option D

D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having

The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.
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The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.

A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has
B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer
C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having
D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having
E) it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have



I understood the meaning and selected E . However one issue which I felt is not addressed is the use of comma after 1.2 billion. The sentence before comma is not an independent sentence. Can we use comma after an dependent sentence? Please someone put some light on this.
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The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.

A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has
B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer
C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having
D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having
E) it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have



I understood the meaning and selected E . However one issue which I felt is not addressed is the use of comma after 1.2 billion. The sentence before comma is not an independent sentence. Can we use comma after an dependent sentence? Please someone put some light on this.


The Life and Casualty Company Subject
hopes Verb
that The word “that” can be used as a subordinate conjunction, that is, as a word that marks the beginning of a dependent clause.  The dependent clause, like any clause, would have a full [noun] + [verb] structure(Copied from Magoosh)
by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion Modifier
, Modifier comma
it Subject Subordinate clause
has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year verb +object Subordinate clause.

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Also follow this article to decipher the mystery of that. https://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/gmat-sent ... s-of-that/
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AbdurRakib wrote:
The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.

A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has
B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer
C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having
D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having
E) it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have


1) profits and capital require plural verb 'have'
2) 'The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion' is a fragment sentence followed by 'that', which is not correct.
3) 'Having to' is not right

E is the answer


Not sure if I agree with your understanding " profits and capital require plural verb 'have' ". The subject is "it" and not profits and capital. the have is used because of will.
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daagh sir!

Could you please explain what is wrong with option D

D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having

The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.


Hello, origen87 - Please check out below explanation.

The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion

In D the challenge is that the word "Enough" cannot be the subject in this case. Check the verb "set aside", which will refer back to "enough" as its subject also the "it" followed by "use" will also refer back to "enough" which is completely illogical.

Now in order to fix this problem, we need a subject to this sentence, and the usage of "it" will fix this problem.

Hope this is clear.
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sayantanc2k - I have had to choose between A and E but i went for A,
Please help me understand what is wrong here,
I was 90% inclined towards E because of year by year and it needs will, the reason i went for A was because at the end of the underlined sentence it has been mentioned that it no longer has to use its profits

Who is not going to use its profits and capital to pay those claims? The company ----> Company is singular and thus i chose A.

Naive question but still a little confused with the SV Agreement.
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As in answer D, what i understand is "having to" is a gerund form of "have to", what's wrong here is that: "having to" has no correct subject to modify (it talks about the company, not the "enough has been set aside", no longer has to do something) . Is my logic correct?

And I have a question, can "enough" stands alone like that, working as a pronoun (refer back to 1,2 billion)? or it's an error here since it needs a noun following it?

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If we change the option C to :" thus no longer have " will that be correct then ?

Hi RK84, perhaps you meant: thus no longer has.

The thing is that on a stand-alone basis, it is hard to differentiate between enough for payment of environmental claims (option C) and enough to pay for environmental claims (option E).

However, here, there is a clue in the sentence, in the non-underlined portion: ....use its profits and capital to pay those claims......

Hence, for similarity of structure (one could call in parallelism), it would be better to use to pay (for environmental claims) in the underlined portion as well.

Hence, E would in any case, be better.


Hi.

Thanks for your help over the last few days!

1. Option (B).

The company hopes that (by increasing its environmental fund reserves), enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer to use its profits and capital.

Here are my reasons for elimination of Option B.

a. with which environmental claims can be paid IS AN UNNECESSARILY WORDY.

b. IT - refers back to enough and wrongly seems to suggest that ENOUGH will no longer have to use its profits.

c. it will have no longer to pay INSTEAD OF it will no longer have to pay.
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Hi parthjain68, also enough has been set aside is a passive voice construct. So, option B does not explicitly mention who has set aside enough.
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How option E can be the right answer as in option E two independent clauses are joined without FANBOYS.
Can anyone explain what i am missing in this question??
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How option E can be the right answer as in option E two independent clauses are joined without FANBOYS.
Can anyone explain what i am missing in this question??

Hi Nitin, with Option E, the sentence is:

The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have....

The above sentence is similar to the following correct sentence:

Peter said that he would work hard.

Not getting bogged down by semantics and grammar, you could just remember this as a rule that any clause starting with that is not an Independent clause.
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The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.

A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has
B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer
C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having
D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having
E) it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have


Hello

Two questions about option E. I will appreciate the help
1. What is the sentence structure of the answer option E. Is it IC, DC. If that's the case then how can we call the latter part of the sentence a DC(dependent clause)?
"it has set aside.... year by year" seems to be an IC because the pronoun It has a clear antecedent(company) and a clear verb (has). How come this construction is correct?

2. Option E latter part of the sentence uses an and. The two elements here are in a different tense. The first element is in Present perfect (sub+Has/have+ 3rd form of a verb) and the second element is in future perfect (sub+ will/shall+ have). Since both the elements are talking about the same thing, which is a company, so they are correct? That means we are allowed to construct a sentence in two separate tenses and call them parallel? An example: John has received 100k and will no longer have to worry about paying rent.

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The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.


A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has

B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer

C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having

D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having

E) it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have


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What are you trying to accomplish here with your post my friend? Get some points to get up in the ranking? Or are you trying to explain something?

Below is what I have asked in my above post and I don't know which part of that post are you trying to answer.

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Two questions about option E. I will appreciate the help
1. What is the sentence structure of the answer option E. Is it IC, DC. If that's the case then how can we call the latter part of the sentence a DC(dependent clause)?
"it has set aside.... year by year" seems to be an IC because the pronoun It has a clear antecedent(company) and a clear verb (has). How come this construction is correct?

2. Option E latter part of the sentence uses an and. The two elements here are in a different tense. The first element is in Present perfect (sub+Has/have+ 3rd form of a verb) and the second element is in future perfect (sub+ will/shall+ have). Since both the elements are talking about the same thing, which is a company, so they are correct? That means we are allowed to construct a sentence in two separate tenses and call them parallel? An example: John has received 100k and will no longer have to worry about paying rent.

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What are you trying to accomplish here with your post my friend? Get some points to get up in the ranking? Or are you trying to explain something?

Below is what I have asked in my above post and I don't know which part of that post are you trying to answer.

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Two questions about option E. I will appreciate the help
1. What is the sentence structure of the answer option E. Is it IC, DC. If that's the case then how can we call the latter part of the sentence a DC(dependent clause)?
"it has set aside.... year by year" seems to be an IC because the pronoun It has a clear antecedent(company) and a clear verb (has). How come this construction is correct?

2. Option E latter part of the sentence uses an and. The two elements here are in a different tense. The first element is in Present perfect (sub+Has/have+ 3rd form of a verb) and the second element is in future perfect (sub+ will/shall+ have). Since both the elements are talking about the same thing, which is a company, so they are correct? That means we are allowed to construct a sentence in two separate tenses and call them parallel? An example: John has received 100k and will no longer have to worry about paying rent.

Thanks a lot for help.


Hi,

Sorry, but that post was not to answer you. This was my last post of the day, and got exhausted posting the whole day. With my eyes almost closed I posted that. I have posted my answers in more than 20 posts since morning. Also, there is no dearth of points in my profile and also ranking does not matter?. I will answer your doubt tomorrow with fresh mind.

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The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.

A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has
B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer
C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having
D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having
E) it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have


You can come down to A & E ,

A , "that" makes it ambiguous and it destroys the parallel nature of the antecedent "it" .

Then it's leave us the best with E , the meaning is clear .
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The Life and Casualty Company hopes that by increasing its environmental fund revenues to $1.2 billion, that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has to use its profits and capital to pay those claims bit by bit, year by year.

A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has
B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer
C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having
D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having
E) it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have


Hello

Two questions about option E. I will appreciate the help
1. What is the sentence structure of the answer option E. Is it IC, DC. If that's the case then how can we call the latter part of the sentence a DC(dependent clause)?
"it has set aside.... year by year" seems to be an IC because the pronoun It has a clear antecedent(company) and a clear verb (has). How come this construction is correct?

2. Option E latter part of the sentence uses an and. The two elements here are in a different tense. The first element is in Present perfect (sub+Has/have+ 3rd form of a verb) and the second element is in future perfect (sub+ will/shall+ have). Since both the elements are talking about the same thing, which is a company, so they are correct? That means we are allowed to construct a sentence in two separate tenses and call them parallel? An example: John has received 100k and will no longer have to worry about paying rent.

Thanks a lot for help.

Hi Rocket7,
I can help you with the second one-
Yes, it's okay to have two different tense in a parallel structure.

Check the link below-

https://magoosh.com/gmat/2012/gmat-gram ... rb-tenses/

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Grammatical construction; Logical predication
All predicates need a proper logical subject. Here, the relevant predicates are the verbs increase,
set aside, and have. With it as the subject for set aside—referring back to the Life and Casualty Company—all three verbs should have this
as their understood subject. With a di erent subject for set aside, at least one of the other verbs lacks a proper logical subject. Also, this sentence uses the word that after hope to start the subordinate clause, but then incorrectly repeats the that after the initial adverbial phrase (by increasing . . . billion). Only the first that is grammatically correct.

A e additional that makes the sentence ungrammatical. Also, because in this context the hope is forward‐looking (bit by bit, year by year), it would be preferable to use the future tense, will no longer have to, instead of the present no longer has to.

B With enough as the subject of set aside, the next subject (it) is naturally interpreted as enough, but this is not a logical choice for the subject of use.

C e phrase no longer having is ungrammatical when connected to the rest of the sentence by and, which should connect two regular clauses; no longer having . . . is a mere phrase, not a clause, and no longer has would be correct.

D For no longer having, illogically, the implied subject is enough; the implied subject, instead, should be the company referred to at the beginning of the sentence.

E Correct. ere is only one that, and will no longer have to use has its proper logical subject (it) from the clause preceding it.
The correct answer is E.
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