Many states in England have rules and restrictions on legislature to borrow money, with their objectives being to protect taxpayers and the credit of the state government.
A. to borrow money, with their objectives being to protect
B. to borrow money, the objectives of which are the protecting of
C. to borrow money, limitations intended to protect
D. for borrowing money, of which the objective is protecting
E. for borrowing money, limitations with the intent of protecting
Right Answer: C
|With their objective being||Miscellaneous / concision|
|Are the protection of||Miscellaneous / Idiom|
|For borrowing||Miscellaneous / concision|
The main identifier is that of to protect and the different alternatives used. The most concise form is the verb form; nounification is not ideal.
A – ‘with their objective being’ is wordy,
B – ‘the protecting of’ is awkward and wordy.
C – This is the correct answer.
D – ‘for borrowing’ is nounified and is not ideal.
E – ‘for borrowing’ is nounified and is not ideal.