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Venture researchers are > the economic value of venture capital to the national and global economies.

(A) interested to track information regarding all aspects of the venture
creation process as well as capturing data that demonstrates
(B) interested in tracking information regarding all aspects of the venture
creation process as well as capturing data that demonstrate
(C) interested in tracking information regarding all aspects of the venture
creation process as well as in capturing data that demonstrates
(D) interested in tracking information regarding all aspects of the venture
creation process as well as in capturing data that demonstrate
(E) interested to track information regarding all aspects of the venture
creation process as well as to capture data that demonstrates

Guys this question has been discussed but I made some points regarding chioce B but unfortunately no one replied and so i am putting it again. Plz see the earlier disucssion and my comments in it. I strongly think the answer should be B. and not D

Plz do comment
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New post 30 Jun 2004, 23:47
I just happened to read your previous comment :o
Idiom is "interested in [doing something]"
"in" is required in both clauses to maintain proper idiom and is in no way redundant.

Venture researchers are <<interested in tracking information regarding all aspects of the venture creation process as well as in capturing data that demonstrate >> the economic value of venture capital to the national and global economies.
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New post 30 Jun 2004, 23:49
I picked D

I think the correct idiom usage is :
interested in X and Y
interested in X as well as in Y

Gurus correct me if I am wrong

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Paul wrote:
I just happened to read your previous comment :o
Idiom is "interested in [doing something]"
"in" is required in both clauses to maintain proper idiom and is in no way redundant.

Venture researchers are <<interested in tracking information regarding all aspects of the venture creation process as well as in capturing data that demonstrate >> the economic value of venture capital to the national and global economies.


I chose C.
Is "data" supposed to be regarded as plural form?
Plese let me know, thank you!
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New post 01 Jul 2004, 05:07
dear TIANMU...

paul and srivijay have explained why D over B ....

as for 'data' that is plural ... and

as for the 'datum' = is singular....

hope that helps!

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New post 01 Jul 2004, 09:56
D for Data which is plural
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New post 01 Jul 2004, 15:22
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dear TIANMU...

paul and srivijay have explained why D over B ....

as for 'data' that is plural ... and

as for the 'datum' = is singular....

hope that helps!

Have fun... :-D


Dear enigmatic007

Oh, singular form of 'data' is 'datum'
I understand now. Thank you for your
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New post 01 Jul 2004, 17:59
I will go with D, and I agree with srijay's explaintion.

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