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New post 11 Aug 2018, 20:30
The expression ", when compared to", is wrong. Almost all except D use that. Hence D is the correct answer.
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New post 24 Aug 2018, 12:40
ummm, i'm surprised no one has mentioned this one:

"the process, in face of increasing urbanization and population density, must be accelerated so that the country would meet the diversified food demands rather than slowed down"

isn't the correct form, "must be accelerated so that the country will" or "can"

would should only be used when the sentence speaks in the hypothetical, no? "were the process accelerated, then the country would"... here, the "process must be accelerated so the country would meet the demands..."

pretty sure that would be a 100% wrong answer on the GMAT. any insights on this please???
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The last sentence "must be accelerated so that the country would meet the diversified food demands rather than slowed down"


How is this correct? It sounds so awkward. Shouldn't it be "will meet" and "rather be/become"?
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New post 29 Aug 2018, 14:57
bpdulog wrote:
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The last sentence "must be accelerated so that the country would meet the diversified food demands rather than slowed down"


How is this correct? It sounds so awkward. Shouldn't it be "will meet" and "rather be/become"?



my thoughts exactly... this was either a type-o or a flat-out mistake by the author because this would not be a correct answer choice on the gmat. it is so egregiously wrong that even if you did come across it on the test, you wouldn't need to worry because its certain that it would be omitted from your score once the question came up for formal review (and was promptly discarded)
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