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# The suspect in the burglary was advised of his right to

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25 Dec 2008, 05:57
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The suspect in the burglary was advised of his right to remain silent, told he could not leave, and was interrogated in a detention room.
(A) of his right to remain silent, told he could not leave, and was
(B) of his right to remain silent, told he could not leave, and
(C) of his right to remain silent and that he could not leave and
(D) that he had a right to remain silent, could not leave, and was
(E) that he had a right to remain silent, that he could not leave, and was

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25 Dec 2008, 06:21
vivektripathi wrote:
The suspect in the burglary was advised of his right to remain silent, told he could not leave, and was interrogated in a detention room.
(A) of his right to remain silent, told he could not leave, and was
(B) of his right to remain silent, told he could not leave, and
(C) of his right to remain silent and that he could not leave and
(D) that he had a right to remain silent, could not leave, and was
(E) that he had a right to remain silent, that he could not leave, and was

advised of that does not sound good, so eliminate D & E

for parallelism the answer is obviously B
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25 Dec 2008, 06:26
Yup.. IMO b here too ..

parallelism.. Pls post the answer soon.
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25 Dec 2008, 13:07
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No need for past perfect. D & E out

C is awkward with that in between

Between A & B, we dont need was again.

Was is there before advised and is assumed before every other action

B
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29 Dec 2008, 09:12
icandy wrote:
No need for past perfect. D & E out

C is awkward with that in between

Between A & B, we dont need was again.

Was is there before advised and is assumed before every other action

B

OA is B

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Re: SC-The suspect   [#permalink] 29 Dec 2008, 09:12
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