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# Water Management

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17 Jun 2004, 13:58
Water and resource management problems will be at the head of the legislatureâ€™s list of concerns for the coming session.
(A) Water and resource management problems
(B) Problems of managing water and resources
(C) Problems in the management of water and other resources
(D) Problems of water and other resource management
(E) Resource management problems, including water

Plz explain

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17 Jun 2004, 14:43
if (C) is right then I will explain

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17 Jun 2004, 14:55
I think it's C, although I cannot say I can explain it confidently. Got to that by the process of elimination.

A - sounds like 'water problems & resource problems & management problems', in other words doesn't make much sense

B - Problems of managing water and resources - not too comfortable with the use of 'managing' + another objection to 'water and resources' - water is a resource as well. It would sound better if it read 'water and other resources'. Even if it did, though, I still wouldn't pick B because of 'managing'.

D - clearly out 'problems of water...'??? Water can't have problems.

E - Resource management problems, including water - makes it sound like 'water is the problem'
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17 Jun 2004, 19:37
I also think it's C, got it through a process of elimination

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18 Jun 2004, 00:15
nice explanation rather elimination smashing!

let me try if we look at only the '' problems will be at head of the legislature's concern for the coming .....'' we know that some X problems o would be the topic of concern in the coming meeting ... and what exactly are these problems when U ask ueself this qeustion then out comes the anz= problemz in the MANAGEMENT of water andother resources... which helps us understand better...

also it should taken as '' problems in 1) water management and 2 other resorce management '' now this gives a clearer idea of wat is being talked about....

I guess only C helps us get that better

hope that helps!

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18 Jun 2004, 08:32
I understand that C is winnig but there is something about D also.

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18 Jun 2004, 08:42
C ought to be the FA

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18 Jun 2004, 08:55
The answer is D. There is nothing wrong with pronlrm of. Here it is the problem of water managemnet - implied.
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