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# The proposed health care bill would increase government

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The proposed health care bill would increase government [#permalink]

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17 Jun 2008, 03:30
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808. The proposed health care bill would increase government regulation of health insurance, establish standards that would guarantee wider access to people with past health problems and to workers changing jobs who otherwise could be uncovered for months.
(A) establish standards that would guarantee wider access to people with past health problems and to workers changing jobs who

(B) establishing standards that would guarantee wider access to people with past health problems and to workers who are changing jobs and

(C) to establish standards that would guarantee wider access to people with past health problems and to workers who change jobs that

(D) for establishing standards that would guarantee wider access for people with past health problems and workers changing jobs who

(E) for the establishment of standards that would guarantee wider access for people with past health problems and workers who are changing jobs that

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17 Jun 2008, 03:53
iamcartic wrote:
808. The proposed health care bill would increase government regulation of health insurance, establish standards that would guarantee wider access to people with past health problems and to workers changing jobs who otherwise could be uncovered for months.
(A) establish standards that would guarantee wider access to people with past health problems and to workers changing jobs who

(B) establishing standards that would guarantee wider access to people with past health problems and to workers who are changing jobs and

(C) to establish standards that would guarantee wider access to people with past health problems and to workers who change jobs that

(D) for establishing standards that would guarantee wider access for people with past health problems and workers changing jobs who

(E) for the establishment of standards that would guarantee wider access for people with past health problems and workers who are changing jobs that

A,D --- who illogicially modifying "jobs"
C,E ----that illogically modifying "jobs"

I will go for "B".
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Re: SC - Can we discuss!! [#permalink]

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17 Jun 2008, 04:47
Straight B for the correct use of participle establishing.

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17 Jun 2008, 05:19
Thanks to both!!

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