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The population of tigers in the National Park is increasing steadily, and this is a source of encouragement to those who have worked so hard to fund the conservation effort.

A. steadily, and this
B. steadily: which
C. steadily; this trend
D. steadily, this increase
E. steady, and this


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Kindly break down each option and discuss the problems associated with each..... why is A not a correct option here....
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A. steadily, and this ----- it is wrong to use the demonstrative pronoun nakedly without an accompanying noun

B. steadily: which - Which seems to take the role of an interrogative pronoun rather than relative pronoun. In addition, what follows the colon should describe the first clause, rather than posing another theme.

C. steadily; this trend ---- This is the right choice.

D. steadily, this increase --- a run-on

E. steady, and this --- increasing steady is wrong. We need the adverb steadily to modify the verb' are increasing'. In addition ‘this’ can’t stand alone.
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Conditionally eliminate A as it sounds rather silly.
Eliminate B for silliness with the colon.
C is not too shabby.
Eliminate D for silliness with the comma transition.
Eliminate E for silliness with steady.

C > A.
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A. steadily, and this ----- it is wrong to use the demonstrative pronoun nakedly without an accompanying noun

B. steadily: which - Which seems to take the role of an interrogative pronoun rather than relative pronoun. In addition, what follows the colon should describe the first clause, rather than posing another theme.



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Verbal experts please help me here..

In this question Option A is rejected because Pronoun "this" is without an accompanying noun or antecedent.

While in other question: https://gmatclub.com/forum/work-that-is ... 83408.html

Work that is not finished is not work at all, it is merely a botch, a failure.

A. all, it is merely a botch, a failure.
B. all, it is a botch merely, and a failure.
C. all; it is merely a botch, a failure.
D. all; the work merely is a botch and a failure.
E. all; the work being merely a botch, a failure

We are accepting Option C and I do not see accompanying noun.

How this is wrong:
The population of tigers in the National Park is increasing steadily, and this is a source of encouragement to those who have worked so hard to fund the conservation effort.

And this is right:
Work that is not finished is not work at all; it is merely a botch, a failure.

Please correct my understanding and help me conceptually.

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