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With adjustments for inflation,the relative cost of welfare

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the only reason i picked D over c is because of the awkward phrasing in C.
Resulting in the welfare program now costing vs . welfare program now costs.
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the only reason i picked D over c is because of the awkward phrasing in C.
Resulting in the welfare program now costing vs . welfare program now costs.
Experts your thoughts please.
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my question in C is "usage of NOW before costing" ?? is it correctly used ??
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Nick90 wrote:
goforgmat wrote:
the only reason i picked D over c is because of the awkward phrasing in C.
Resulting in the welfare program now costing vs . welfare program now costs.
Experts your thoughts please.
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my question in C is "usage of NOW before costing" ?? is it correctly used ??


I do not see any problem with the placement of "now". The problem with C is that a present participle "costing" is compared with a verb "did".
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New post 29 Jul 2016, 15:34
biddu wrote:
D it is ..

can anyone explain why not C

since participle phrase/clause modifies the idea of the main clause





Because there is no verb in C

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Sudhanshuacharya wrote:
IMO the answer should be D.
In the sentence there is a comma after the sentence "... dropping since 1973," hence "resulting" should not be used. "Resulting" could have been used if there were no comma.

Hence D suits more logically to the sentence fulfilling "... dropping since 1973, and as a result..."



Hi,
As you have mentioned Verb+ing modifier without comma modifies nearest noun and with comma modifies the clause.
So in case of C,is it not required to modify the clause rather than the noun relative cost?
Please correct me if I'm wrong
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Sudhanshuacharya wrote:
IMO the answer should be D.
In the sentence there is a comma after the sentence "... dropping since 1973," hence "resulting" should not be used. "Resulting" could have been used if there were no comma.

Hence D suits more logically to the sentence fulfilling "... dropping since 1973, and as a result..."



Hi,
As you have mentioned Verb+ing modifier without comma modifies nearest noun and with comma modifies the clause.
So in case of C,is it not required to modify the clause rather than the noun relative cost?
Please correct me if I'm wrong


You are right. The present participle "resulting" modifies the entire previous clause. However option C is wrong because of some other reason:

Parallelism is not maintained between " program now costing" and "it did".

You may find some more details on verb-ing modifiers here:
verb-ed-modifiers-vs-verb-ing-modifiers-125611-60.html#p1712612
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