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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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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


Meaning: The company has increased revenues, has set aside enough funds and will not need to pay them bit by bit.
Coming to the options:

A: that is redundant here
B: not sure who has set aside the money
C: having is incorrect
D: Having is incorrect
E: Correct

Correct Option: E


1. Can you please explain why "having" is incorrect
2. Also, please through light on "will have" in option E. Why are we using "have" for the singular company?


Your query 1: (Why D is wrong?)

"Having" by itself is not a verb. We would require a helping verb.
I having a great time ... wrong
I am having a great time.... right.

Now consider option D. There are 3 mistakes with "having", rolling one over the other:

Mistake 1: no helping verb: The company having .... wrong.
The company is having... could still be right.

Mistake 2: Suppose the mistake is rectified and a helping verb is inserted. Even then the sentence would be wrong.
The subject for the verb is missing - there is no "company" or "it" to go with the verb "(is) having".

Mistake 3: Suppose that a helping verb AND a subject is introduced:
The company is having to use... even this is wrong.
State verbs cannot be used in present continuous. In this case "is having" is a state verb and hence cannot be used in present continuous form.

Your query 2:

Irrespective of the subject, "will" always takes the raw form of the verb (which is generally same as the plural form.)

He will has to pay the money... wrong.
He will have to pay money... right.

Check with other verbs:

He will go.... correct.
He will goes.... wrong.
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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



In this sentence, the underlined sentence starts with THAT and this is incorrectly referring to revenue or to company. IT must refer to company, and as per the sentence the company's intention is clearly visible that it is to has set aside...and no longer...
A. IT correctly referring to company...but at the end we have HAS ( Present tense), which is incorrect and it has to be HAVE as per future intention.
B. IT can refer to company and claims and pronoun must refer to only on antecedent.
C. For the payment is wrong.
D. No longer having is incorrect.
E. In this statement, we can find the INTENTION ( something is intended TO ) and IT properly refers to company and HAVE is correctly referring to future.

Option E is correct.
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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
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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.

Meaning of the sentence:
The L and C company has increased the fund revenues to $1.2B. It has set aside enough to pay for claims and it will no longer have to pay those claims but by bit or year by year.

A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has
1) No longer -> indicates that the event will happen in the future. "will" is required here.

B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer
1) "enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid" modifies the amount of money. But it is not clear that who has set aside the amount.
2) It is longer compared to a shorter option that conveys the same meaning in concise way.


C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having
1) having -> verb+ing -> acts as a modifier but we require a clause as "and" is used and "and" can join two similar functions together. 1st one is a clause.

D) enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having
"enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims" modifies the amount but for the second part of the sentence "no longer having" doesn't modify the amount. We require a clause stating the company no longer will have to pay.

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


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


Isn't it because of future tense 'Will have' to be used ?not because of 'profits and capital' ?
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The issue with "A" is the redundancy of "that". Answer choice D uses incorrectly the gerund "having", and thus answer choice E is the only correct one.
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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


Meaning: The company has increased revenues, has set aside enough funds and will not need to pay them bit by bit.
Coming to the options:

A: that is redundant here
B: not sure who has set aside the money
C: having is incorrect
D: Having is incorrect
E: Correct

Correct Option: E
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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


Meaning: The company has increased revenues, has set aside enough funds and will not need to pay them bit by bit.
Coming to the options:

A: that is redundant here
B: not sure who has set aside the money
C: having is incorrect
D: Having is incorrect
E: Correct

Correct Option: E


1. Can you please explain why "having" is incorrect
2. Also, please through light on "will have" in option E. Why are we using "have" for the singular company?
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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


A) that it has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and no longer has No verb
B) enough has been set aside with which environmental claims can be paid and it will have no longer No Subj
C) it has set aside enough for payment of environmental claims and thus no longer having No Verb , it can act as common subj for two verbs
D)enough has been set aside to pay for environmental claims, thus no longer having No Subj
E) Right Ans
it[color=#2e3192] has set aside enough to pay for environmental claims and will no longer have
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If we change the option C to :" thus no longer have " will that be correct then ?
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sayantanc2k My comments in blue below:

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Your query 1: (Why D is wrong?)

"Having" by itself is not a verb. We would require a helping verb.
I having a great time ... wrong
I am having a great time.... right.

Now consider option D. There are 3 mistakes with "having", rolling one over the other:

Mistake 1: no helping verb: The company having .... wrong.
The company is having... could still be right.
*Understood*

Mistake 2: Suppose the mistake is rectified and a helping verb is inserted. Even then the sentence would be wrong.
The subject for the verb is missing - there is no "company" or "it" to go with the verb "(is) having".

Mistake 3: Suppose that a helping verb AND a subject is introduced:
The company is having to use... even this is wrong.
State verbs cannot be used in present continuous. In this case "is having" is a state verb and hence cannot be used in present continuous form.

*Can you explain Mistake 2 in the light of option C. I think if the sentence has an "and", the subject is implied in the second part. Please confirm
* Mistake 3 makes sense


Your query 2:

Irrespective of the subject, "will" always takes the raw form of the verb (which is generally same as the plural form.)

He will has to pay the money... wrong.
He will have to pay money... right.

Check with other verbs:

He will go.... correct.
He will goes.... wrong.
*Awesome. Second point although intuitive, haven't been registered explicitly till date. Thank You [b]sayantanc2k[/b]*
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If we change the option C to :" thus no longer have " will that be correct then ?


In my opinion, YES, but i m no expert.
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If we change the option C to :" thus no longer have " will that be correct then ?


In my opinion, YES, but i m no expert.
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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.
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sayantanc2k My comments in blue below:

sayantanc2k wrote:
Your query 1: (Why D is wrong?)

"Having" by itself is not a verb. We would require a helping verb.
I having a great time ... wrong
I am having a great time.... right.

Now consider option D. There are 3 mistakes with "having", rolling one over the other:

Mistake 1: no helping verb: The company having .... wrong.
The company is having... could still be right.
*Understood*

Mistake 2: Suppose the mistake is rectified and a helping verb is inserted. Even then the sentence would be wrong.
The subject for the verb is missing - there is no "company" or "it" to go with the verb "(is) having".

Mistake 3: Suppose that a helping verb AND a subject is introduced:
The company is having to use... even this is wrong.
State verbs cannot be used in present continuous. In this case "is having" is a state verb and hence cannot be used in present continuous form.

*Can you explain Mistake 2 in the light of option C. I think if the sentence has an "and", the subject is implied in the second part. Please confirm
* Mistake 3 makes sense


Your query 2:

Irrespective of the subject, "will" always takes the raw form of the verb (which is generally same as the plural form.)

He will has to pay the money... wrong.
He will have to pay money... right.

Check with other verbs:

He will go.... correct.
He will goes.... wrong.
*Awesome. Second point although intuitive, haven't been registered explicitly till date. Thank You [b]sayantanc2k[/b]*


In option D, there is no subject "company"; the first part (before "and") is in passive voice.
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If we change the option C to :" thus no longer have " will that be correct then ?


In my opinion, YES, but i m no expert.


No, it would be wrong. Verb "have" is plural, whereas subject "it" is singular.
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Mistake 2: Suppose the mistake is rectified and a helping verb is inserted. Even then the sentence would be wrong.
The subject for the verb is missing - there is no "company" or "it" to go with the verb "(is) having".

Mistake 3: Suppose that a helping verb AND a subject is introduced:
The company is having to use... even this is wrong.
State verbs cannot be used in present continuous. In this case "is having" is a state verb and hence cannot be used in present continuous form.

*Can you explain Mistake 2 in the light of option C. I think if the sentence has an "and", the subject is implied in the second part. Please confirm
* Mistake 3 makes sense

In option D, there is no subject "company"; the first part (before "and") is in passive voice.


sayantanc2k I specifically wrote option C. Please see the highlighted text. Thanks!
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sayantanc2k wrote:

Mistake 2: Suppose the mistake is rectified and a helping verb is inserted. Even then the sentence would be wrong.
The subject for the verb is missing - there is no "company" or "it" to go with the verb "(is) having".

Mistake 3: Suppose that a helping verb AND a subject is introduced:
The company is having to use... even this is wrong.
State verbs cannot be used in present continuous. In this case "is having" is a state verb and hence cannot be used in present continuous form.

*Can you explain Mistake 2 in the light of option C. I think if the sentence has an "and", the subject is implied in the second part. Please confirm
* Mistake 3 makes sense

In option D, there is no subject "company"; the first part (before "and") is in passive voice.


sayantanc2k I specifically wrote option C. Please see the highlighted text. Thanks!


In option C mistake 2 is not there.
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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


Meaning: The company has increased revenues, has set aside enough funds and will not need to pay them bit by bit.
Coming to the options:

A: that is redundant here
B: not sure who has set aside the money
C: having is incorrect
D: Having is incorrect
E: Correct

Correct Option: E


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