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

(A) Two week notice being given to employers before leaving
(B) Giving notice to employers of two weeks before having to leave
(C) Two week’s notice to give to employers before leaving
(D) Giving notice to employers two weeks before leaving
(E) To give two weeks’ worth of notice before having to leave

Originally posted by manik919 on 31 Mar 2018, 20:14.
Last edited by chetan2u on 01 Apr 2018, 19:38, edited 1 time in total.
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I chose D over B because "notice of two weeks" sounds unidiomatic to me.

Can someone please elaborate why B is the answer presumably?
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employers of 2 weeks looks wrong in b.
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manik919 wrote:
Two week notice being given to employers before leaving a job is the generally accepted protocol.

(A) Two week notice being given to employers before leaving
(B) Giving notice to employers of two weeks before having to leave
(C) Two week’s notice to give to employers before leaving
(D) Giving notice to employers two weeks before leaving
(E) To give two weeks’ worth of notice before having to leave


Isn't "before Leaving" better than ""having to leave".

Why Option D is incorrect. Could anyone explain please.

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manik919 wrote:
Two week notice being given to employers before leaving a job is the generally accepted protocol.

(A) Two week notice being given to employers before leaving
(B) Giving notice to employers of two weeks before having to leave
(C) Two week’s notice to give to employers before leaving
(D) Giving notice to employers two weeks before leaving
(E) To give two weeks’ worth of notice before having to leave



D is better then B..
In B, placement of prepositional phrase " of two weeks " changes the meaning.
It illogically conveys that employers are of two weeks..
D correctly changes the phrase before IS as a noun phrase ..
Giving....... IS .....

D is the best answer

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