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Unlike Cuba, Jamaica, and Haiti, other countries in the Caribbean, the tourism industry of Dominican Republic is well established and recognizes the importance of other cultures and languages.

A. Unlike Cuba, Jamaica, and Haiti, other countries in the Caribbean, the tourism industry of Dominican Republic
B. Dominican Republic, unlike the tourism industry of other countries in the Caribbean, Cuba, Jamaica, and Haiti,
C. Dominican Republic as well its tourism industry, unlike that of other countries in the Caribbean, Cuba, Jamaica, and Haiti,
D. the tourism industry of Dominican Republic, unlike those of Cuba, Jamaica, and Haiti, other countries in the Caribbean,
E. the tourism industry of Dominican Republic, unlike those in Caribbean countries including Cuba, Jamaica, and Haiti,


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Can anyone please decipher the meaning of this question and explain the OA ?

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There is no plural referent for 'those' in the previous clause. To use 'those' you need a 'tourism industries' and that is not avaiable
chetan2u what are your thoughts?
I understand that you need "industries" as you're speaking about multiple countries industries, but also grammatically it is not present
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There is no plural referent for 'those' in the previous clause. To use 'those' you need a 'tourism industries' and that is not avaiable
chetan2u what are your thoughts?
I understand that you need "industries" as you're speaking about multiple countries industries, but also grammatically it is not present
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Not an expert , but here is my take on this.

It has more to do with the countries mentioned than with the tourism industry.
If it were one country say Cuba , then the comparison would have been that of cuba
now since we are comparing the tourism industry of Dominican Republic with tourism industries of multiple countries
"Those" imo is correct.

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There is no plural referent for 'those' in the previous clause. To use 'those' you need a 'tourism industries' and that is not avaiable
chetan2u what are your thoughts?
I understand that you need "industries" as you're speaking about multiple countries industries, but also grammatically it is not present
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Totally agree with you, "those" is wrong, you can fix the question adding "that"
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