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# The soft drink companys flat earnings for the second quarter

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The soft drink companys flat earnings for the second quarter [#permalink]

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The soft drink companyâ€™s flat earnings for the second quarter reflect the success of both its restructured global bottling system and the extent to which poor currency exchange rates keeping down profits for multinational companies

A . reflect the success of both its restructured global bottling system and the extent to which poor currency exchange rates keeping

B . reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent to which poor currency exchange rates are keeping

C . reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent of poor currency exchange rates keeping

D . both reflect the success of its restructured global bottling system and to what extant poor currency exchange rates are keeping

E . both reflect the success of its restructured global bottling system and to what extent poor currency exchange rages are keeping
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16 Oct 2006, 20:05
ak_idc wrote:
jerrywu wrote:
The soft drink companyâ€™s flat earnings for the second quarter reflect the success of both its restructured global bottling system and the extent to which poor currency exchange rates keeping down profits for multinational companies

A . reflect the success of both its restructured global bottling system and the extent to which poor currency exchange rates keeping

out. No "are"

B . reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent to which poor currency exchange rates are keeping

No problem

C . reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent of poor currency exchange rates keeping

out. No "are"

D . both reflect the success of its restructured global bottling system and to what extant poor currency exchange rates are keeping

both..and usage is wrong. you can't see the same parts of speech after "both" and "and"

E . both reflect the success of its restructured global bottling system and to what extent poor currency exchange rages are keeping

both..and usage is wrong. you can't see the same parts of speech after "both" and "and"

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17 Oct 2006, 16:24
Would go for C....

I feel "to which" in B is wrong and in C

reflect both the success of its restructured global bottling system and the extent of poor currency exchange rates keeping

the bolded ones are parallel and we need not have are before keeping IMO
17 Oct 2006, 16:24
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