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# The utility company has announced that it will permanently

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The utility company has announced that it will permanently [#permalink]

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25 Dec 2008, 06:06
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The utility company has announced that it will permanently close its Unit I nuclear power plant, the first plant that had been built by private industry and the model for a generation of modern nuclear reactors.
(A) that had been built by private industry and
(B) built by private industry and which was
(C) to be built by private industry and which was
(D) built by private industry and
(E) to have been built by private industry and was

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25 Dec 2008, 12:46
While I agree that simple past is required and no need for past perfect, I do not agree that B is correct. D is correct. Which was means that it is no longer a model. How ever, it is still the model for a generation of nuclear reactors that are still possibly in operation.
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25 Dec 2008, 13:40
Thanks icandy. It makes sense what you are saying.

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