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Thunderclouds form when warm, moist air rises into cooler air above, because either the ground is warmer than usually or because the interaction of two air masses, one warm and one cold, forces warm air to rise.

(A) because either the ground is warmer than usually or because
(B) because either the ground is warmer than usual or because of
(C) because of either the ground being warmer than usual or because
(D) either because of the ground's being warmer than usually or because of
(E) either because the ground is warmer than usual or because

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Thunderclouds form when warm, moist air rises into cooler air above, because either the ground is warmer than usually or because the interaction of two air masses, one warm and one cold, forces warm air to rise.

(A) because either the ground is warmer than usually or because
(B) because either the ground is warmer than usual or because of
(C) because of either the ground being warmer than usual or because
(D) either because of the ground's being warmer than usually or because of
(E) either because the ground is warmer than usual or because


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Thunderstorms form when warm,............WHAT should be your question ?? after that becasue, no matter what is followed, has no sense.

What follows is either

Now: in D the construction is not clear and being is always 99% of times is wrong

E has: the right idiom either /or; it also has a parallel structure : either becasue / or because. when either/or (or others such construction quite similar as : neither /nor) is followed by a word, it must be repeated after or. If the word is BEFORE either, after or is not needed to be repeated.

hope it is clear
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the correct format is either because X or because Y
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Thunderclouds form when warm, moist air rises into cooler air above, because either the ground is warmer than usually or because the interaction of two air masses, one warm and one cold, forces warm air to rise.

(A) because either the ground is warmer than usually or because
(B) because either the ground is warmer than usual or because of
(C) because of either the ground being warmer than usual or because
(D) either because of the ground's being warmer than usually or because of
(E) either because the ground is warmer than usual or because

Why is D wrong ? IMO because of followed by a verb is wrong, as in option D contains verb "being". Please let me know if my reasoning is correct
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Thunderclouds form when warm, moist air rises into cooler air above, because either the ground is warmer than usually or because the interaction of two air masses, one warm and one cold, forces warm air to rise.

(A) because either the ground is warmer than usually or because
(B) because either the ground is warmer than usual or because of
(C) because of either the ground being warmer than usual or because
(D) either because of the ground's being warmer than usually or because of
(E) either because the ground is warmer than usual or because

Why is D wrong ? IMO because of followed by a verb is wrong, as in option D contains verb "being". Please let me know if my reasoning is correct


Hello.

D is wrong because:

1. "ground's being warmer" = ground is being warmer. Why we use present continuous? Present simple is correct.

2. Because of + noun/noun phrase. But the "second" because of + clause (because of the interaction of two air masses, one warm and one cold, forces warm air to rise.). That's wrong.

Hope it helps.
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dshuvendu wrote:
Thunderclouds form when warm, moist air rises into cooler air above, because either the ground is warmer than usually or because the interaction of two air masses, one warm and one cold, forces warm air to rise.

(A) because either the ground is warmer than usually or because
(B) because either the ground is warmer than usual or because of
(C) because of either the ground being warmer than usual or because
(D) either because of the ground's being warmer than usually or because of
(E) either because the ground is warmer than usual or because

Why is D wrong ? IMO because of followed by a verb is wrong, as in option D contains verb "being". Please let me know if my reasoning is correct


Hello.

D is wrong because:

1. "ground's being warmer" = ground is being warmer. Why we use present continuous? Present simple is correct.

2. Because of + noun/noun phrase. But the "second" because of + clause (because of the interaction of two air masses, one warm and one cold, forces warm air to rise.). That's wrong.

Hope it helps.


So does that mean because of +"clause" is permissible in GMAT ? I am under the impression that because of+"Noun or Noun Phrase" is the only permissible structure
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