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I find all the options incorrect
It is always :
a majority rule
the majority rules
so a majority are is correct
Hey guys i am done with gmat!
atleast i think so........
I will be posting a detailed debrief soon!
Big Thanks to BTG !!
Like is used to compare phrases ........not clauses.
ronnie's claim to throne........this is not a NOUN but a phrase..
Just as X so Y.........is a correct idiom but does not fit in the question sense.
people can't be equal to enrollments...can they ?
IMO E is right
1) equal and equivalent for uncountable things
2) compare people with people
That is one inspiring story!
You deserve all the success!!!
i will suggest one thing for you..
write your GMAT success story in your applications... B-schools want people like you....
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D is correct for many reasons: a. Independent clause b. Not passive.. all other options are extremely passive c. Expresses parallelism d. refrains from "possible " mood. how is D an IC ? d. that the situation merits immediate government action to combat it whether the is incorrect idiom whether to ...
differ from correct idiom
s different from that of any terrestrial lava; they contain
(D) differs from any terrestrial lava in containing
(E) differs from that of any terrestrial lava’s, containing
that of --- lava's redundant use