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# Two week notice being given to employers before leaving a

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14 May 2005, 08:07
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Two week notice being given to employers before leaving a job is the generally accepted protoco.

Two week notice being given to employers before leaving

Giving notice to employers of two weeks before having to leave

Two weeks� notice to give to employers before leaving

Giving notice to employers two weeks before leaving

To give two weeks� worth of notice before having to leave

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14 May 2005, 08:16
quick decisions - not good.
i chose D as well...which is wrong

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14 May 2005, 08:31
Even I wowuld ike to choose D but since you said its wrong so I would o with 'C' though I am not convinced much.

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14 May 2005, 08:33
forrestgump wrote:
quick decisions - not good.
i chose D as well...which is wrong

well..I was split between A & D. Let me research a little on why D is incorrect.

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Re: FG - 14th May - SC 4 [#permalink]

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15 May 2005, 12:43
forrestgump wrote:
Two week notice being given to employers before leaving a job is the generally accepted protoco.

Two week notice being given to employers before leaving

Giving notice to employers of two weeks before having to leave

Two weeks� notice to give to employers before leaving

Giving notice to employers two weeks before leaving

To give two weeks� worth of notice before having to leave

A is my final choice

Two week notice being given to employers before leaving a job is the generally accepted protocol.

in blue is the subject - red is a gerund phrase and the rest is verb and predicate

It is unnecessary to use a gerund phrase to begin the sentence as in D

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16 May 2005, 00:56
D doesn't improve the original, so A should be correct.

I think if D and A were reversed, D would be the correct choice.

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28 May 2005, 08:07
I've never come across any correct answer choice containing the word "being", so A cannot be the answer.

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Re: FG - 14th May - SC 4 [#permalink]

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29 May 2005, 23:27
Hmmm I can't see why D is wrong. A cann't be right for the passive voice. B is just too cubernsome and unclear. C is almost the second best to D, I think. E is again cubernsome, in my opinion, with the use of "having to leave" instead of "leaving", and "two weeks worth of" doesn't seem to be right either.

I really want to pick D, if not then C.
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