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The principal feature of the redesigned checks is a series

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The principal feature of the redesigned checks is a series of printed instructions that the company hopes will help merchants confirm a check’s authenticity, which includes reminders to watch the endorsement, compare signatures, and view the watermark while holding the check to the light.

A. which includes reminders to watch the endorsement, compare signatures, and view
B. which include reminders for watching the endorsement, to compare signatures and view
C. by including reminders for watching the endorsement, comparing signatures, and viewing
D. including reminders to watch the endorsement, comparing signatures and viewing
E. including reminders to watch the endorsement, compare signatures, and view

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C...

'which' in A and B incorrectly modifies the check's authenticity when we need to modify the principal feature

D and E are not parrallel

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New post 20 Oct 2006, 19:27
trivikram wrote:
IMO its E


hmm.. I think you're right..

I didn't bother to read E (note to self: can't be in such a rush during test day)

But... could someone gramatically show how E is a better choice than C..?

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New post 20 Oct 2006, 20:42
ak_idc wrote:
Allen760 wrote:
The principal feature of the redesigned checks is a series of printed instructions that the company hopes will help merchants confirm a check’s authenticity, which includes reminders to watch the endorsement, compare signatures, and view the watermark while holding the check to the light.

A. which includes reminders to watch the endorsement, compare signatures, and view
B. which include reminders for watching the endorsement, to compare signatures and view
C. by including reminders for watching the endorsement, comparing signatures, and viewing
D. including reminders to watch the endorsement, comparing signatures and viewing
E. including reminders to watch the endorsement, compare signatures, and view


E is my choice


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New post 21 Oct 2006, 05:21
E
"which" incorrectly refers to "authenticity"- A and B out.
E for parallelism - to watch, compare and view.

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New post 21 Oct 2006, 05:35
freak_out wrote:
hey, u sure that OA is E??

http://www. website>.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=20425


According to Cambridge, "reminder for" is UNidiomatic.

reminder
noun [C]

a written or spoken message which reminds someone to do something:
If he forgot to pay his rent, his landlady would send him a reminder.
[+ to infinitive] Mom sent me off with a final reminder to be back before 11pm.

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