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Trans World Entertainment Corporation, which owns the Record Town and Saturday Matinee retail chains, announced that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed.

(A) that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed

(B) it is closing up to one-fourth of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales

(C) it was closing up to one fourth of its stores because of poor sales

(D) to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-fourth of its stores

(E) having poor sales, such that up to one-fourth of its stores will be closed

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Trans world Entertainment Corporation, which owns the record Town and Saturday Matinee retail chains announced that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed.

A. that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed
B. it is closing up to one-fourth of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales
C. it was closing up to one fourth of its stores because of poor sales
D. to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-fourth of its stores
E. having poor sales, such that up to one-fourth of its stores will be closed



Like many official questions, this is a very good question, very well-written.

Let's look at the answers one at a time.

A. that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed
The only answer beginning with "that." Normally, in the formalism of the GMAT, "that" is always used after cognitive verbs, but this is not a strict rule. The structure "since sales ... are poor" sounds awkward. The "they" is an ambiguous pronoun --- what is being closed? All the stores? Only a 1/4 of them? The pronoun is unclear. This answer cannot be correct.

B. it is closing up to one-fourth of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales
The "is" violates sequence of tenses. See here:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/sequence-o ... orrection/
Also, the antecedent of "which" is unclear --- again, all the stores? only 1/4 of the stores? This one cannot be correct.

C. it was closing up to one fourth of its stores because of poor sales
Clear, and no obvious errors. A promising candidate.

D. to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-fourth of its stores
The opening infinitive is unidiomatic: we announce that P is Q; we don't announce P to be Q. The phrase "on account of poor sales" is needlessly wordy. This cannot be correct.

E. having poor sales, such that up to one-fourth of its stores will be closed
The gerund at the beginning is a complete disaster. The "will be" also violates the sequence of tenses rule. This one cannot be correct.

The only possible answer is (C).
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There is an issue of reported speech here. In reported speech, what someone said is taken one tense back because it is a relative clause. For example:

Let's say that some says, "I am happy."

Reported speech: She said (in the past) that she was happy.

Every once in a while it seems that the GMAT is not perfectly vigilant about using "that," although 99% of the time "that" is required to create the defining/limiting relative clause.

Thus, C is best.

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I think C

Trans World Entertainment Corporation, which owns
the Record Town and Saturday Matinee retail chains,
announced that since sales of up to one-fourth of its
stores are poor, they will be closed.

A. that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores
are poor, they will be closed -->"they" is not clearly referent to, sales or stores ??
B. it is closing up to one-fourth of its stores, which
accounted for its poor sales --> announced is in past tense, so "is" is illogical
C. it was closing up to one fourth of its stores
because of poor sales --> I think no problem here
D. to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to
one-fourth of its stores --> "annnounced to be closing" seems unidiom
D. having poor sales, such that up to one-fourth of
its stores will be closed --> too many problems: unidiom, illogical
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Trans world Entertainment Corporation, which owns the record Town and Saturday Matinee retail chains announced that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed.

A. that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed
B. It is closing up to one-forth of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales.
C. It was closing up to one fouth of its stores because of poor sales.
D. to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-forth of its stores
E. having poor sales, such that up to one-forth of its stores will be closed.

My Ans is C)

A) record Town and Saturday Matinee retail chains announced that since sales of up to
In that we have "That since " - two should not come nearly .So A is Wrong
B) Which.. Which same relative pronoun( there will be confusion ) So B is wrong.
C)it is OK
D)Too many dependent clause.So it is wrong.
E)it is wrong
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Pls answer these quest

The moment I see "having" in the SC, I am inclined that its wrong 99% of the time. Is this correct approach?


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Every once in a while it seems that the GMAT is not perfectly vigilant about using "that," although 99% of the time "that" is required to create the defining/limiting relative clause.


I crossed A because of SV disagreement - "they" is plural.

Reported speech: She said (in the past) that she was happy. ----> Is it correct to say
She said she was happy. (without that) ????

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I believe you are saying - because > since. I also think because > due to. Pls comment.

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Pls answer these quest

The moment I see "having" in the SC, I am inclined that its wrong 99% of the time. Is this correct approach?


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Every once in a while it seems that the GMAT is not perfectly vigilant about using "that," although 99% of the time "that" is required to create the defining/limiting relative clause.


I crossed A because of SV disagreement - "they" is plural.

Reported speech: She said (in the past) that she was happy. ----> Is it correct to say
She said she was happy. (without that) ????

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TIP from GMAX: There is some preference for "because" over other cause-result words! Check out the Small Details lesson in SC at gmaxonline.

I believe you are saying - because > since. I also think because > due to. Pls comment.

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Hi nusmavrik,

"he said she was happy. (without that) ????"

So 9 times out of 10 the GMAT SC will prefer the inclusion of "that", but you do have to look at other grammatical issues in the sentence because they do leave "that" out from time to time.

Also, yes, you understood correctly that a correct answer is more likely to use 'because' as opposed to 'since'/'due to'...etc. Again, you must look at other grammatical issues thought because it will never come down to just this difference!

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Thanks. Still one more question. Pls bear

The moment I see "having" in the SC, I am inclined that its wrong 99% of the time. Is this correct approach?
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Hi nusmavrik,

"Having," I'm afraid, is not a magic signal for a wrong answer. If it is being used as a modifier, you have to think about whether what it modifies really 'has' something. It's a question of meaning. If there are particular problems in which the usage of "having" seems questionable to you, send them along, and I'll try to clarify what is happening with that word!

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Hey Sarai
I scanned the pattern "having been" in the OG 10 and OG 12. Not once "having been" was correct.

I know that I am talking "statistics" which is like throwing ET :-D

OG 12
Q "having been", Correct answer
Q14 D ,A
Q36 E ,A
Q68 D ,E
Q76 B ,D
Q129 D ,C

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Q "having been" Correct answer
127 C ,B
192 D ,C
253 E ,B
261 BDE ,C

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Thanks. Still one more question. Pls bear

The moment I see "having" in the SC, I am inclined that its wrong 99% of the time. Is this correct approach?
cheers


Hi nusmavrik,

"Having," I'm afraid, is not a magic signal for a wrong answer. If it is being used as a modifier, you have to think about whether what it modifies really 'has' something. It's a question of meaning. If there are particular problems in which the usage of "having" seems questionable to you, send them along, and I'll try to clarify what is happening with that word!

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A. that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed….. Although retails chains is also a possible contender for the antecedence of they, still stores is the ideal match . However, what is striking here is the rampant use of tense. The sentence starts with a past tense announcement, then shifts to present tense while describing sales and then jumps to future tense for the eventual action. This is the reason it may not contend for the honors of top choice.


B. it is closing up to one-fourth of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales ----- relative pronoun touch rule error
C. it was closing up to one fourth of its stores because of poor sales. --- precise and forthright; correct choice
D. to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-fourth of its stores. ---- announced to be closing is unidiomatic
E. having poor sales, such that up to one-fourth of its stores will be closed…… conjugating two ICs with a mere comma, renders it a run-on, precisely a comma splice

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A. that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed….. Although retails chains is also a possible contender for the antecedence of they, still stores is the ideal match . However, what is striking here is the rampant use of tense. The sentence starts with a past tense announcement, then shifts to present tense while describing sales and then jumps to future tense for the eventual action. This is the reason it may not contend for the honors of top choice.


B. it is closing up to one-fourth of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales ----- relative pronoun touch rule error
C. it was closing up to one fourth of its stores because of poor sales. --- precise and forthright; correct choice
D. to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-fourth of its stores. ---- announced to be closing is unidiomatic
E. having poor sales, such that up to one-fourth of its stores will be closed…… conjugating two ICs with a mere comma, renders it a run-on, precisely a comma splice


@daagh - can you illustrate the "relative pronoun touch rule error" in option B?
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B says it is the stores that accounted for its poor sales; What accounted for the company’s poor sales can’t be fixed from the way B states it. It is clear that in real, it should not to stores; if it were to refer to all the stores then all the stores must be closed. The context does not imply that.
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Trans world Entertainment Corporation, which owns the record Town and Saturday Matinee retail chains announced that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed.

A. that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed
B. it is closing up to one-fourth of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales
C. it was closing up to one fourth of its stores because of poor sales
D. to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-fourth of its stores
E. having poor sales, such that up to one-fourth of its stores will be closed

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Can you please help me understand the below question.
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Dear Kassim,
I'm happy to respond. :-) Like many official questions, this is a very good question, very well-written.

Let's look at the answers one at a time.

A. that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed
The only answer beginning with "that." Normally, in the formalism of the GMAT, "that" is always used after cognitive verbs, but this is not a strict rule. The structure "since sales ... are poor" sounds awkward. The "they" is an ambiguous pronoun --- what is being closed? All the stores? Only a 1/4 of them? The pronoun is unclear. This answer cannot be correct.

B. it is closing up to one-fourth of its stores, which accounted for its poor sales
The "is" violates sequence of tenses. See here:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/sequence-o ... orrection/
Also, the antecedent of "which" is unclear --- again, all the stores? only 1/4 of the stores? This one cannot be correct.

C. it was closing up to one fourth of its stores because of poor sales
Clear, and no obvious errors. A promising candidate.

D. to be closing, on account of poor sales, up to one-fourth of its stores
The opening infinitive is unidiomatic: we announce that P is Q; we don't announce P to be Q. The phrase "on account of poor sales" is needlessly wordy. This cannot be correct.

E. having poor sales, such that up to one-fourth of its stores will be closed
The gerund at the beginning is a complete disaster. The "will be" also violates the sequence of tenses rule. This one cannot be correct.

The only possible answer is (C).


Hi Mike,

Thank you for the wonderful explanation as always.
However i want to ask whether C distorts a meaning of the initial sentence even though subtly.

The initial sentence suggests that since sales of up to 1/4th of the stores are poor , those stores will be shut down.
This is what i thought when i was initially going through the answer choices.

Option C suggests that up to 1/4th of the stores are being closed because of poor sales but it is general about which stores are these.

Can you please suggest me if where i was incorrect in my analysis of the choices.
Looking forward to your reponce.

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Hi Mike,

Thank you for the wonderful explanation as always.
However i want to ask whether C distorts a meaning of the initial sentence even though subtly.

The initial sentence suggests that since sales of up to 1/4th of the stores are poor , those stores will be shut down.
This is what i thought when i was initially going through the answer choices.

Option C suggests that up to 1/4th of the stores are being closed because of poor sales but it is general about which stores are these.

Can you please suggest me if where i was incorrect in my analysis of the choices.
Looking forward to your reponse.

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Can someone please tell me its correct usage!!

I'm happy to help. :-)

First of all, akhil911, it's important not to be literalist, almost fundamentalist, about meaning. Choice (A) says they will close the stores with poor sales. Choice (C) says, they will close some stores, because of poor sales --- well, obviously, which stores are they going to close? The ones with the poor sales! If some aspect of the sentence goes from an explicit statement to an undeniable inference that is not stated, that constitutes absolutely no change in meaning. The skill of recognizing a perfectly valid inference is most pertinent on GMAT CR & RC, but this is an instance in which the skill is also very important in GMAT SC. See:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/gmat-criti ... inference/
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2012/inference- ... rehension/

And scofield1521, there is absolutely nothing wrong with "because of" --- it is a perfectly valid compound preposition. See:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2013/gmat-idiom ... positions/
Sometimes folks get confused between "because" (subordinate conjunction) and "because of" (preposition). See:
http://magoosh.com/gmat/2012/gmat-idiom ... ecause-of/
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https://gmat.magoosh.com/flashcards/idioms

Does all this make sense?
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Can you please suggest how A is wrong.

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I'm happy to explain why (A) is wrong. :-) Here's the prompt:

Trans world Entertainment Corporation, which owns the record Town and Saturday Matinee retail chains announced that since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor, they will be closed.

The phrasing is weak and wordy and lily-livered, but the BIG problem is the pronoun ambiguity. The antecedent of "they" is terribly unclear. Is TWEC going to close all of these retail stores, the entire chain, or is it going to close only the 1/4 that are performing poorly? We can guess, but we cannot give a definitive answer to this question from the prompt. That kind of ambiguity is always wrong on the GMAT.

Does this make sense?
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There is an issue of reported speech here. In reported speech, what someone said is taken one tense back because it is a relative clause. For example:

Let's say that some says, "I am happy."

Reported speech: She said (in the past) that she was happy.

Every once in a while it seems that the GMAT is not perfectly vigilant about using "that," although 99% of the time "that" is required to create the defining/limiting relative clause.

Thus, C is best.

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the reported speech can be in any tense regardless of tense of main clause, depending on meaning. the following is correct
they said that the earth orbit around the sun

the idea in that-clause is a timeless fact. so, the above sentence is correct. but if the action in that-clause is an action which happen at a time, the tense of this clause depend on the tense of main clause. depending on meaning, the sequence of tense maybe hard.

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the reported speech can be in any tense regardless of tense of main clause, depending on meaning. the following is correct
they said that the earth orbit around the sun

the idea in that-clause is a timeless fact. so, the above sentence is correct. but if the action in that-clause is an action which happen at a time, the tense of this clause depend on the tense of main clause. depending on meaning, the sequence of tense maybe hard.

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I'm happy to respond. :-)

First of all, I don't know whether I would call that clause "timeless fact."
Clause = since sales of up to one-fourth of its stores are poor
That's certainly not a "happen at one moment" fact. It's a condition that is true over a period of time, but that's quite different from a timeless fact--the laws of physics and principles of mathematics are timeless facts, but not a business condition that could fluctuate with a change in the market. Thus, we don't know, in our current time frame, whether this condition in the sentence is still true.

Even if the fact discussed is clearly a timeless fact still true today, if we are reporting a time when it was spoken by a past speaker, we would have to follow the rules of sequence of tenses:
Version #1: The ancient Greeks at Alexandria figured out that the Earth revolved around the Sun.
Version #2: The ancient Greeks at Alexandria figured out that the Earth revolves around the Sun.
Technically, only version #1 is correct according to the sequence of tenses rule. Version #2 would be quite common in American colloquial English. I have never seen the GMAT testing this sort of difference, so I wouldn't worry about this distinction for the GMAT. But, if being well-spoken is important to you, I would suggest that you integrate the sequence of tense rules.

Does all this make sense?
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Shouldn't we have "announced that" here? I believe answer should be C only when we have that also in place. Please suggest!!

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