## For the last five years the Dutch economy has grown faster than Britain, France, or Germany, with the unemployment rate

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### For the last five years the Dutch economy has grown faster than Britain, France, or Germany, with the unemployment rate

by BTGmoderatorDC » Sun Jan 24, 2021 4:47 pm

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For the last five years the Dutch economy has grown faster than Britain, France, or Germany, with the unemployment rate having remained well below that of the other three countries.

(A) Britain, France, or Germany, with the unemployment rate having remained

(B) have those of Britain, France, or Germany, and the unemployment rate remaining

(C) have Britain, France, and Germany, and the unemployment rate has remained

(D) the economy of Britain, France, and Germany, with the unemployment rate that has remained

(E) the economies of Britain, France, and Germany, and the unemployment rate has remained

OA E

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### Re: For the last five years the Dutch economy has grown faster than Britain, France, or Germany, with the unemployment r

by deloitte247 » Fri Feb 19, 2021 10:48 pm

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In this question, there's a need to show comparison between the Dutch Economy of Britain, France and Germany. Also, the Employment rate of Dutch which had remained well below is compared with that of other nations listed in the questions.

Option A- INCORRECT
There's a comparison issue. It seems that the economy of the Dutch is compared with the list of nations in the sentence which gives an incorrect intended meaning

Option B- INCORRECT
It compares the economy of the Dutch to the other nations listed in the sentence not in their economies.

Option C- INCORRECT
It has the same issue as option A and B

Option D- INCORRECT
This Option compares the Dutch economy to the economy of the nations listed in the sentence (thereby implying that the three nations share the same economy which is incorrect).

Option E- CORRECT
It compares the Dutch economy correctly to the economies of Britain, France and Germany.

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