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I was between choice A and E. E is shorter choice and saying the same thing as A. Also, to make sure E has the same meaning I read the choice with the full sentence. E choice makes sense in a sentence.
descendant of-makes sense, not descendant from.
- by guptas
Sat Nov 23, 2013 7:26 pm
- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: According to scientists at the University of California
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Didn't chose D because it sounded like capitalism is similar to Marx's.
I didn't know about the idiom.
1. I looked at if we need "that". My first clue was Believe that. Second was I replaced that with which and the sentence didn't work.
2. C doesn't make sense-meaning vise.
3. B makes sense and it is shorter than C.
Why D is not correct? I thought B is comparing maintaining dirt roads with paved roads. Isn't the sentence trying to compare cost to maintain dirt roads with cost to maintain paved roads?