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Source: McGraw Hill GMAT

While the new health insurance regulations may be onerous for large corporations, it can potentially be disastrous for small business owners, who in many cases will have to lay off employees in order to pay for the extended coverage.

A. it can potentially be disastrous for small business owners, who
B. they are potential disasters for small business owners, since
C. potentially they will be disastrous for small business owners, whom
D. for small business owners it is a potential disaster, because
E. they are potentially disastrous for small business owners, who

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16 Mar 2017, 11:47
Source: McGraw Hill GMAT

While the new health insurance regulations may be onerous for large corporations, it can potentially be disastrous for small business owners, who in many cases will have to lay off employees in order to pay for the extended coverage.

A. it can potentially be disastrous for small business owners, who
B. they are potential disasters for small business owners, since
C. potentially they will be disastrous for small business owners, whom
D. for small business owners it is a potential disaster, because

E. they are potentially disastrous for small business owners, who

A:The subject of the sentence is Health insurance regulations. while the subject is plural the pronoun used is singular.Thus the sentence has pronoun agreement error.
B:The usage of since is incorrect because the rest of the sentence is not coherrent to the since.
C:The usage of Whom is incorrect because the next part of the sentnce describe the action done by the owners and not on the oners. for this reason option C should be elimiated.
D:The subject of the sentence is Health insurance regulations. while the subject is plural the pronoun used is singular.Thus the sentence has pronoun agreement error.
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