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The more objective evidence a judge is presented with, the easier it is for that judge to decide if the suspect is guilty.

A) the easier it is for that judge to decide if the suspect is guilty
B) it is easier for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
C) the easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
D) easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
E) the easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty or not
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New post 10 Aug 2015, 23:03
Mascarfi wrote:
The more objective evidence a judge is presented with, the easier it is for that judge to decide if the suspect is guilty.

A) the easier it is for that judge to decide if the suspect is guilty
B) it is easier for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
C) the easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
D) easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
E) the easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty or not



+1 for C. The more the A, The easier it is for B.
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Mascarfi wrote:
The more objective evidence a judge is presented with, the easier it is for that judge to decide if the suspect is guilty.

A) the easier it is for that judge to decide if the suspect is guilty
B) it is easier for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
C) the easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
D) easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
E) the easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty or not


"or not" used at the end of sentence in option E is redundant.
Also, the word 'if'should be used in Conditionals only. Since in this question there is no condition, if should be replaced by whether.
Hence, OA is C
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Easy C. As mentioned above if should only be used for Condition. Also this choice maintains the parallelism.
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The more objective evidence a judge is presented with, the easier it is for that judge to decide if the suspect is guilty.

A) the easier it is for that judge to decide if the suspect is guilty
B) it is easier for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty

C) the easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
D) easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty
E) the easier it is for that judge to decide whether the suspect is guilty or not


Only A,C and E qualify for the review round.. jeje

Option A says 'to decide if the suspect is guilty.'
Option C says 'to decide whether the suspect is guilty.' best answer,precise and idiomatically sound,better than 'if '
Option E says ' to decide whether the suspect is guilty or not.'means same as C but lenghty and complex.
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