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To boost short term profits, US based technology companies

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To boost short term profits, US based technology companies have hesitation to outsource research and development while eager to outsource manufacturing or operations.

a. To boost short term profits, US based technology companies have hesitation to outsource research and development while eager to outsource manufacturing or operations.

b. Unlike manufacturing or operations, there is a hesitation to outsource research and development to boost short term profits by many US based technology companies.

c. Unlike manufacturing or operations, which they are eager to outsource, many US based technology companies are hesitant to outsource research and development to boost short term profits.

d. Unlike manufacturing or operations, research and development, to boost short term profits, creates hesitation for outsourcing by US based technology companies.

e. US based technology companies, eager to outsource manufacturing or operations, are hesitant to outsource R&D to boost short term profits.

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Originally posted by fmik7894 on 05 Aug 2017, 23:37.
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To boost short term profits, US based technology companies have hesitation to outsource research and development while eager to outsource manufacturing or operations.

a. To boost short term profits, US based technology companies have hesitation to outsource research and development while eager to outsource manufacturing or operations.

b. Unlike manufacturing or operations, there is a hesitation to outsource research and development to boost short term profits by many US based technology companies.

c. Unlike manufacturing or operations, which they are eager to outsource, many US based technology companies are hesitant to outsource research and development to boost short term profits.

d. Unlike manufacturing or operations, research and development, to boost short term profits, creates hesitation for outsourcing by US based technology companies.

e. US based technology companies, eager to outsource manufacturing or operations, are hesitant to outsource R&D to boost short term profits.



A: Have hesitation --awkward construction
B: improper comparision
C: same as B
D: same as B
E: concise and proper wording,,

ans E
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Please explain why A is wrong? Many thanks!

Is the phrase "have hesitation to" in A correct?
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Please explain why A is wrong? Many thanks!

Is the phrase "have hesitation to" in A correct?



right..."have hesitation to" is wrong... hesitation itself is a action.... have is not required
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Remember the famous V-A-N rule?
In the order of protocol, a verb stands first, followed by an adjective and then finally the noun.
ex :
1. he hesitates-- a verb -the first preference
2. He is hesitant - an adjective m the second choice
3. He has hesitation -- a noun, the final choice.
In the context, we have no verb; there are only adjectives and nouns. Hence, the choice of the adjective

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