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Though the number of women's welfare societies are growing, statistics

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Though the number of women's welfare societies is growing, statistics show that the ratio of their new registrations with that of men have been roughly static since 1960.

A. with that of men have been

B. to that of men are

C. to those of men have been

D. with those of men is

E. to those of men has been

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New post 11 Jul 2018, 09:38
Looks like the OA is E.

My POE is as follows :

We normally use ratio of X to Y idiom.So,with is less preferable.Elimatinate A and D.
The subject of the dependent clause starting with that..is Ratio which is singular and should take a singular Verb ,so out of BCE reject BC..you are left with E now.. E seems correct ans to me..Also..Notice usage of since in option E..this means present perfect should be used.Hope it helps.

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Though the number of women's welfare societies are growing, statistics show that the ratio of their new registrations with that of men have been roughly static since 1960.

A. with that of men have been

B. to that of men are

C. to those of men have been

D. with those of men is

E. to those of men has been



Though the number of women's welfare societies are growing, statistics show that the ratio of their new registrations with that of men have been roughly static since 1960.

A. with that of men have been

B. to that of men are

C. to those of men have been

D. with those of men is

E. to those of men has been

Subject is singular -ratio
should use singular verb has
correct idiom usage is ratio of x to y

E satisfies all of the above
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