Among the 2,300 sources of GMAT websites Plank has mapped so far, nothing resembles the GMATclub, that stretches across more than required information on questions and the information on admissions. 
  • a)
    that stretches across more than required information on questions and the information on admissions.
  • b)
    that stretch across greater than required information on questions and the information on admissions.
  • c)
    which stretch across more than required information, starting from questions to the information on admissions.
  • d)
    which stretch across more than required information on questions to the information on admissions.
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

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The reletive clause starts after gmatclub so both that and which can be correct but out of more than and greater than more than is correct idiom here.
so we are down to A,C,D

since first part of the sentence is dependent clause,,the very next must be dependent in order to prove no run on error.from that prospective the second comma should not be their ,but with THAT it doesn't count as per grammar.dont think the second comma is a modifer part ,it's the main clause of the verb.so which will be required in such case so C,D now

IN C their is parralrllism error,it should have been information starting from x to y .in C you need to observe that way.

down to D

but it's not an official questions type I Guess.

Richmond Asante
Feb 09, 2020
Because you are comparing two information

The reletive clause starts after gmatclub so both that and which can be correct but out of more than and greater than more than is correct idiom here.so we are down to A,C,Dsince first part of the sentence is dependent clause,,the very next must be dependent in order to prove no run on error.from that prospective the second comma should not be their ,but with THAT it doesn't count as per grammar.dont think the second comma is a modifer part ,it's the main clause of the verb.so which will be required in such case so C,D nowIN C their is parralrllism error,it should have been information starting from x to y .in C you need to observe that way.down to Dbut it's not an official questions type I Guess.
The reletive clause starts after gmatclub so both that and which can be correct but out of more than and greater than more than is correct idiom here.so we are down to A,C,Dsince first part of the sentence is dependent clause,,the very next must be dependent in order to prove no run on error.from that prospective the second comma should not be their ,but with THAT it doesn't count as per grammar.dont think the second comma is a modifer part ,it's the main clause of the verb.so which will be required in such case so C,D nowIN C their is parralrllism error,it should have been information starting from x to y .in C you need to observe that way.down to Dbut it's not an official questions type I Guess.