Choose the best alternative for the underlined part 4.
F. NO CHANGE G. successful planning was H. success plan was J. plans succeeding
The best answer is F, which clearly conveys the idea that the vice president's plan was very successful. The other choices contain defects in either style or sentence structure. In Choice G, the intended meaning of the sentence is distorted; the plan itself was successful, not the act of planning. In Choice H, the word success is not an adjective, yet it is improperly used as one. Choice J results in a sentence fragment, because it proposes the present participle succeeding instead of a predicate form.