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1)During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer, directly employing over 16
million soldiers who served in combat and thousands more support staffers who served the war effort domestically,
and which indirectly supported several million additional jobs through its extensive use of the manufacturing and
trasportation industries.

(A) During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer, directly employing
(B) The Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer during World War II, which directly employed
(C) During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer and employed
(D) The nation's largest employer during World War II was the Department of Defense was, directly employing
(E) During World War II the nation's largest employer was the Department of Defense, which directly employed


IMO E
Tests parallelism and modifiers

Two clauses "directly employing..." and "which indirectly supported..." should be parallel. so ans should contain "which directly employed"
Out of B and E, "which directly employed.." modifies Word War II in B which is wrong.

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2)Contrary to popular belief, bats are not blind, and in fact are among the most sensory animals on the planet;
they use sonar to locate prey, and their ability to communicate adially at wide range of frequencies assists them
in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.


(A) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.
(B) assist them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.
(C) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from those of others.
(D) assists their mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from those of others.
(E) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from others.


IMO A

singular ability takes singular verb assists. B

E compares Species to others - E

pronoun those cannot refer to species - C D

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4)Since 1992, when the board of directors voted to allow inside salespeople's commissions to be based on how the entire
department performs as a whole, several regional offices began
setting department goals prohibitively high, with a goal to
incite individual competition and prevent against freeloading.

(A) inside salespeople's commissions to be based on how the entire department performs as a whole, several regional offices began
(B) inside salespeople's commissions to be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices began
(C) that the commission of inside salespeople be based on how the entire department performs as a whole, several regional offices have begun
(D) commission of inside salespeople to be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices have begun
(E) that inside salespeople's commissions be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices began


IMO D

setting department goals prohibitively high -- started in past, effective till date -- should be in present perfect - C or D
allow that is unidiomatic - C

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5) Since companies are rethinking their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves if they are still the best owner of their assets.

(A) Since companies are rethinking their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves if they are still the best owner of their assets.
(B) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, they will ask themselves if they still continue to be the best owner of their assets
(C) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves whether they are still the best owners of their assets
(D) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, each of them should ask themselves if they are still the best owners of their assets
(E) Although companies rethink their portfolio for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves whether they are still the best owners of their assets


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IMO C

A - if cannot be used here. should be whether.
B - if cannot be used here. should be whether. "will ask themselves" doesn't fit in too
C - correct
D - each of them + themselves - wrong
E - Although cannot be used. no contrast

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1)During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer, directly employing over 16
million soldiers who served in combat and thousands more support staffers who served the war effort domestically,
and which indirectly supported several million additional jobs through its extensive use of the manufacturing and
trasportation industries.

(A) During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer, directly employing
Not parallel with the "and which indirectly supported part"
(B) The Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer during World War II, which directly employed
Usage of which is wrong
(C) During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer and employed
Not parallel with the "and which indirectly supported part"
(D) The nation's largest employer during World War II was the Department of Defense was, directly employing
Defence was is wrong
(E) During World War II the nation's largest employer was the Department of Defense, which directly employed
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2)Contrary to popular belief, bats are not blind, and in fact are among the most sensory animals on the planet;
they use sonar to locate prey, and their ability to communicate adially at wide range of frequencies assists them
in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.


(A) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.
wrong comparision
(B) assist them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.
Assist does not agree in numbers to ability, singular form is required
(C) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from those of others.
wrong comparision
(D) assists their mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from those of others.
change of meaning, sonar does not assist their mating, it just assists them
(E) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from others.
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3)An extract of the plant Decalepis hamiltonii, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects
of alcohol
, is grown across India, where it has been used in traditional folk medicine for centuries.

(A) An extract of the plant Decalepis hamiltonii, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol,
usage of which is wrong
(B) An extract, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol, comes from the plant Decalepis hamiltonii,
wrong modifier, plant grows in india, not just the extract
(C) A Decalepis hamiltonii extract, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol,
wrong modifier, plant grows in india, not just the extract
(D) The Decalepis hamiltonii plant has an extract, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol,
wrong modifier, plant grows in india, not just the extract
(E) The Decalepis hamiltonii plant, an extract of which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol,
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4)Since 1992, when the board of directors voted to allow inside salespeople's commissions to be based on how the entire
department performs as a whole, several regional offices began setting department goals prohibitively high, with a goal to
incite individual competition and prevent against freeloading.

(A) inside salespeople's commissions to be based on how the entire department performs as a whole, several regional offices began
perfect form of tense is required due to since, hence wrong
(B) inside salespeople's commissions to be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices began
perfect form of tense is required due to since, hence wrong
(C) that the commission of inside salespeople be based on how the entire department performs as a whole, several regional offices have begun
that is not required
(D) commission of inside salespeople to be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices have begun
Correct
(E) that inside salespeople's commissions be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices began
perfect form of tense is required due to since, hence wrong
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5) Since companies are rethinking their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves if they are still the best owner of their assets.

(A) Since companies are rethinking their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves if they are still the best owner of their assets.
Since is not required, as the rethinking is not a cause of a reason
(B) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, they will ask themselves if they still continue to be the best owner of their assets
Conditional verb is required, hence usage of will is wrong
(C) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves whether they are still the best owners of their assets
Correct
(D) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, each of them should ask themselves if they are still the best owners of their assets
each of them should ask themselves, this does not match in numbers, it should be itself instead of themselves
(E) Although companies rethink their portfolio for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves whether they are still the best owners of their assets
Although is not required, changes the meaning

Zarrlou, can you distinguish between the usage of whether and if please.
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SOMEWHERE I READ WHEN EVER THERE IS SINCE IN THE SENTENCE WE SHOULD USE PRESENT PERFECT. Is this correct Zarrolou? Please shed some light.


Ya atalpandit, treat is a a rule, we should use perfect tense when we encounter since.
but remember this does not hold true, when since is used as a "because"

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During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer, directly employing over 16
million soldiers who served in combat and thousands more support staffers who served the war effort domestically,
and which indirectly supported several million additional jobs through its extensive use of the manufacturing and
trasportation industries.

(A) During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer, directly employing
(B) The Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer during World War II, which directly employed
(C) During World War II the Department of Defense was the nation's largest employer and employed
(D) The nation's largest employer during World War II was the Department of Defense was, directly employing
(E) During World War II the the nation's largest employer was the Department of Defense, which directly employed

Analysis: this question shows you the importance of reading the whole sentence. The not underlined part has a "and which" that is an indicator of parallelism: options B and E have this construct. However as which refers to the preceeding elegible noun in E it refers to war => clear error.
The other options: C uses "and" as connector, which give us the idea of two separate facts, and options A and D do not respect the parallel structure of the sentence as stated above.
OA E

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Contrary to popular belief, bats are not blind, and in fact are among the most sensory animals on the planet;
they use sonar to locate prey, and their ability to communicate adially at wide range of frequencies assists them
in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.

(A) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.
(B) assist them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from that of others.
(C) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from those of others.
(D) assists their mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from those of others.
(E) assists them in mating, helping them to distinguish their own species from of others.

Analysis: since the subject is singular, "assists" is the correct option. You can't use "those of" because otherwise your sentence would look like this: "distinguish their own species from the species of other species".
OA E

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An extract of the plant Decalepis hamiltonii, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects
of alcohol
, is grown across India, where it has been used in traditional folk medicine for centuries.

(A) An extract of the plant Decalepis hamiltonii, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol,
(B) An extract, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol, comes from the plant Decalepis hamiltonii,
(C) A Decalepis hamiltonii extract, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol,
(D) The Decalepis hamiltonii plant has an extract, which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol,
(E) The Decalepis hamiltonii plant, an extract of which has proved helpful in protecting brain cells from damaging effects of alcohol,

Analysis: here is another example of a sentence that can be solved correctly only by looking at the not underlined portion
Since it states "is grown" the only subject of this action can be the plant => not the extract.
OA E

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Since 1992, when the board of directors voted to allow inside salespeople's commissions to be based on how the entire
department performs as a whole, several regional offices began
setting department goals prohibitively high, with a goal to
incite individual competition and prevent against freeloading.

(A) inside salespeople's commissions to be based on how the entire department performs as a whole, several regional offices began
(B) inside salespeople's commissions to be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices began
(C) that the commission of inside salespeople be based on how the entire department performs as a whole, several regional offices have begun
(D) commission of inside salespeople to be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices have begun
(E) that inside salespeople's commissions be based on the performance of the entire department as a whole, several regional offices began

Analysis: the word "since" is usually an indicator of an action that sarted at a given time in the past, but whose effect/ that continues in the present => present perfect is required.
OA D

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Since companies are rethinking their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves if they are still the best owner of their assets.

(A) Since companies are rethinking their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves if they are still the best owner of their assets
(B) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, they will ask themselves if they still continue to be the best owner of their assets
(C) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves whether they are still the best owners of their assets
(D) As companies rethink their portfolios for the post crisis world, each of them should ask themselves if they are still the best owners of their assets
(E) Although companies rethink their portfolio for the post crisis world, they should ask themselves whether they are still the best owners of their assets

Analysis: The word "since" is not correct as there is no cause-effect relationship. "Although" is incorrect because there is no contrast.
Option B uses a future tense, and option D uses "each of them should ask themselves" => each cannot ask themself.
OA C

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Hi ankurgupta03,

whether VS if

if we want to make a long story short here is the tip: GMAT prefers "whether", especially after a prepositions.

"If" is used to express a conditional clause, "whether" expresses a "choice".
In this particular sentence "whether" is used to express a choice, a "question", and is prefered to "if", refer here for more about this topic : http://gmat-grammar.blogspot.it/2006/07 ... vs-if.html

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for #2, I don't understand why 'those' is redundant or incorrect. i read option C to say:

"helping them to distinguish their own species from those (species) of others"

meaning, helps them decipher their type of bat from everyone else (not just other bats)

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for #2, I don't understand why 'those' is redundant or incorrect. i read option C to say:

"helping them to distinguish their own species from those (species) of others"

meaning, helps them decipher their type of bat from everyone else (not just other bats)


In Option C, "those" refers to "species" - so does "others" - hence the redundancy. Option C is thus as follows:

"...helping them to distinguish their own species from those (species) of others (other species)." ....."species of other species" does not make sense - ("others" cannot refer to "other animals" since the word "animals" does not occur in the sentence.)

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