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11 Sep 2007, 11:54
88. Recent commercial offshoots of Manson's imagination are toys, one which is a colorful foam tube with variously shaped pieces that children can bend and fit together to make otherworldly creatures.

A. one which
B. one of them which
C. and one of them which
D. one of them
E. one of which

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11 Sep 2007, 14:30
rishi2377 wrote:
88. Recent commercial offshoots of Manson's imagination are toys, one which is a colorful foam tube with variously shaped pieces that children can bend and fit together to make otherworldly creatures.

A. one which
B. one of them which
C. and one of them which
D. one of them
E. one of which

E.

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11 Sep 2007, 15:55
rishi2377 wrote:
88. Recent commercial offshoots of Manson's imagination are toys, one which is a colorful foam tube with variously shaped pieces that children can bend and fit together to make otherworldly creatures.

A. one which
B. one of them which
C. and one of them which
D. one of them
E. one of which

either D or E. I would choose D over E because it uses "them" which correctly refers to plurals "toys".
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12 Sep 2007, 08:04
[quote="shoonya"][quote="rishi2377"]88. Recent commercial offshoots of Manson's imagination are toys, [u]one which[/u] is a colorful foam tube with variously shaped pieces that children can bend and fit together to make otherworldly creatures.

A. one which
B. one of them which
C. and one of them which
D. one of them
E. one of which[/quote]

either D or E. I would choose D over E because it uses "them" which correctly refers to plurals "toys".[/quote]

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12 Sep 2007, 08:12
Kansal, did you forget to type your response?
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12 Sep 2007, 08:36
E. Seems straightforward to me.

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12 Sep 2007, 10:21
confusing between D n E...will go for D

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12 Sep 2007, 10:22
rishi2377 wrote:
88. Recent commercial offshoots of Manson's imagination are toys, one which is a colorful foam tube with variously shaped pieces that children can bend and fit together to make otherworldly creatures.

A. one which
B. one of them which
C. and one of them which
D. one of them
E. one of which

E. one of which is better than "one of them".

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12 Sep 2007, 10:28
rishi2377 wrote:
88. Recent commercial offshoots of Manson's imagination are toys, one which is a colorful foam tube with variously shaped pieces that children can bend and fit together to make otherworldly creatures.

A. one which
B. one of them which
C. and one of them which
D. one of them
E. one of which

picking E. D is wrong because if you look at the verb following "is a colorful foam tube" would make it singular. Thus, one of which correct over one of them

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12 Sep 2007, 12:47
beckee529 wrote:
rishi2377 wrote:
88. Recent commercial offshoots of Manson's imagination are toys, one which is a colorful foam tube with variously shaped pieces that children can bend and fit together to make otherworldly creatures.

A. one which
B. one of them which
C. and one of them which
D. one of them
E. one of which

picking E. D is wrong because if you look at the verb following "is a colorful foam tube" would make it singular. Thus, one of which correct over one of them

Okay, enuf said. OA is E. and the OE is "Toys, must be followed by a limiting appositive, such as one of which, that identifies and individual from among a larger group."

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13 Sep 2007, 11:37
I actually was pressed between B and E. But I said E over B.

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16 Sep 2007, 10:39
I was left with D or E as my choice. I didn't notice the lack of SV agreement.

Well spotted.

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04 Jun 2013, 03:09
tgalligan wrote:
I was left with D or E as my choice. I didn't notice the lack of SV agreement.

Well spotted.

but 'of' construction of one makes it singular so is the 'is'

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