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21. With its plan to develop seven and a half acres of shore land, Cleveland is but one of a large number of communities on the Great Lakes that is looking to its waterfront as a way to improve the quality of urban life and attract new businesses.
(A) is looking to its waterfront as a way to improve the quality of urban life and attract
(B) is looking at its waterfront to improve the quality of urban life ands attract
(C) are looking to their waterfronts to improve the quality of urban life and attract
(D) are looking to its waterfront as a way of improving the quality of urban life and attracting
(E) are looking at their waterfronts as a way they can improve the quality of urban life and attract

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New post 14 Jul 2009, 03:49
please explain ur answers....sudeep
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New post 14 Jul 2009, 03:50
ans looks like B. what is the OA?
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New post 14 Jul 2009, 03:53
ans is not B........please explain ur answers with explaination ....about why do u rule out one option and not other.....
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New post 14 Jul 2009, 03:57
ashishd wrote:
please explain ur answers....sudeep


21. With its plan to develop seven and a half acres of shore land, Cleveland is but one of a large number of communities on the Great Lakes(plural) that is looking to its waterfront as a way to improve the quality of urban life and attract new businesses.
(A) is looking to its waterfront as a way to improve the quality of urban life and attract
(B) is looking at its waterfront to improve the quality of urban life ands attract
(C) are looking to their waterfronts to improve the quality of urban life and attract
(D) are looking to its waterfront as a way of improving the quality of urban life and attracting
(E) are looking at their waterfronts as a way they can improve(too wordy and awkward) the quality of urban life and attract
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New post 14 Jul 2009, 04:14
I think C is following the below structure

One of the + PLURAL NOUN + that/who/ +PLURAL VERB
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New post 14 Jul 2009, 04:42
IMO C.
Refer to the link, it has great deal of discussion on this:
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