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Unlike the 1980s, the decade of the leveraged buyout, it seems that if

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Unlike the 1980s, the decade of the leveraged buyout, it seems that if business journals are to be believed, avoidance of debt will be the character of the 1990s.

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Its a Princeton review practice test, is it not worth......????
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In option B the comma between "are to" & "be believed" is confusing to me, apart from that the sentence seems OK.

In option C the ending " If Business journals are believable" is awkward and redundant since the if clause is already mentioned so there is no use for believable, as per me. It should be "are to be believed"
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I narrowed to B and C but both seem confusing,Can anyone please explain what's wrong in C??



in C " if BF are believable" changes the meaning and awkward too..

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New post 25 Oct 2018, 21:17
There is a comma after to .Will that not affect the answer choice B.
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