Severely hindered by problems with local suppliers, the fact that the AQ division also had a new management team to adapt to was not seen by the board of directors as a legitimate excuse for such low productivity.
当前版本由 joker613 更新于2019-06-29 18:09:54 感谢由 joker613 对此题目的解答所做出的贡献。
只有C选项内修饰词的结构是准确的： The phrase "Severely hindered by problems with local suppliers" is supposed to modify subject - AQ division
思考：The phrase "Severely hindered by problems with local suppliers" 是谁，严重受到当地供应商问题的阻碍？
应该是AQ部门。所以，它不得不适应“had to adapt to ”新的管理团队
This is new question in og2020 , so, it is worth studying, "this" as standalone pronoun is in flexible rules. Do not apply grammar rules absolutely. Gmat dose not test rules but our ability to realize logic using our common sense to see the logic is key to sc success.
解题思路：这题看着复杂 但是只有一个核心点，因为 hindered的对象在全句中只能是 the AQ division. 抓住这一点来做。 选项 ab很好排除 the fact 是不能被hindered的。E选项中 the AQ division's also having a （？？？）这是啥玩意儿 搞笑了。 重点在 hindered by problems with local suppliers 和 hindered by local supply problems 我觉得都没啥问题 不影响理解。 回到前提， 主语应该是 the AQ division。 d选项中的that the AQ division also 用that 从句变成了 主语。 通过读句子 该句大意应该是。the division 因为 hindered by sth，不得不adapt new team，但是 directors不将 adapt new team 当作low productivity的 理由。that 从句中的内容不是被 hindered的 逻辑出现了 错误。 但是 C 选项中 用了 this 来指代这个clause。 我做了上千题 都说this 不能这样用, OG你是爸爸 嗯 你说了算
AB，不是the fact Severely hindered by problems with local suppliers而是the AQ division D that从句修饰problem的话句子就不完整了 E 句子不完整
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hindered 看到分词开头，想逻辑主语！ 主语只能是AQ division！不能使fact 所以是 C
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转引自： GMAT club -Brian I'm piling on a little, adding to some great responses by AjiteshArun and EducationAisle, but only because I think this is such an important point. 1) The single greatest advantage you have on Sentence Correction is that you control the order in which you make decisions. So please, please prioritize the decisions that the GMAT frequently tests and that you know to be binary rules. This problem is clearly a modifier problem. All five answer choices begin with a sentence-starting participial modifier (some form of "hindered." Only one answer choice, (C), uses as the first word after the comma a noun that can logically be modified by "hindered." Modifiers are frequently tested, and modifiers at the beginning of a sentence have a really clear rule (they have to precede a noun that they can logically modify). If you keep it simple here it's a 20-second decision to pick (C) and maybe another 20 seconds to make sure you didn't completely miss something else obvious. You should always prioritize the core rules before you get into one-off distinctions. 2) Be really careful with rules that fall outside that scope of what the GMAT frequently tests. Which isn't to say "don't learn grammar" but instead to remember that 1) Sentence Correction isn't about "all things grammar" and 2) most people are typically just as likely to mis-apply an obscure or idiomatic grammar rule than correctly apply it. I'd say there's a really good chance that you either misinterpreted what Ron was saying or he was speaking about a particular context and you broadened it to all contexts. And that's not a criticism of you (or Ron) at all - it's just to say that once you broaden your scope from "rules the GMAT typically tests; those that tend to directly impact the meaning of a sentence" to "all of English grammar" the rules get really hard - there are all kinds of exceptions and different contexts. And *that* is important because that's how the GMAT makes easy questions hard: the testmakers find interesting sentences where the grammar and meaning are correct but the way they're phrased strikes the ear a little funny, and then in the trap answer they fix that "oddity" (that was never really wrong) and break something else. I think this one is a great learning opportunity. Devour the common errors first and then see what's left, and you'll almost never have to make the really hard decisions. The whole purpose of SC is to bait you into making decisions that are more complicated or that have more correct usages than you know, and they do that so that you won't notice the clearer decisions right in front of you. Be really, really careful trying to accumulate as many English grammar rules as you can in the forums...most people are way, way better off being experts in the core rules and kind of clueless about the rest of English grammar than they are trying (and failing) to be experts in "everything."
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