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With diamonds, as with all gems, one should ask for a written description of one’s purchase; the description may prove useful later if you have reason to believe the jeweler misled you.
(A) one should ask for a written description of one’s purchase
(B) you should ask for a written description of your purchase
(C) a written discretion of your purchase is what one should ask for
(D) a written description of one’s purchase is what should be asked for
(E) a written description of your purchase is what should be asked for
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Between B and E, I'd go with B because of the active voice used.
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New post 08 Jan 2005, 23:14
B it is because of what comes in the second half

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New post 08 Jan 2005, 23:32
between A and B, i choose B. A is wrong because it should be "one should ask for a written description of his/her purchase".
B is correct in stating the possesive pronoun.
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