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I don't think that in C brown rice is considered a gourmet delicacy, but green tea itself. There are two sentences conjunct-ed with "and", so for the second half of the sentence, green tea is the subject, as it is for the first half.
I hope I made myself clear!
So, is much quantifying agree here? Because I guess parent should be countable noun, and it should take many with it, not much!
Does the sentence mean something like: How much the parents agree......?
Yes, C is correct because it uses the correct idiom: Consider X Y . E is wrong, because that option has modifier error: T hough virtually unavailable outside Yokohama, most Japanese consider genmai .... In this, Though virtually unavailable outside Yokohama modifies most Japanese ! Which is incorrec...
Even I went with C. I am also not convinced with the solution given on the thread!
Experts, please jump in and throw some light on this!