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A new study finds that the more hostility people show in their behavior and attitudes, then calcium deposits are more likely to be in the arteries of their hearts.
A. then calcium deposits are more likely to be
B. then the more likely calcium deposits are
C. the more there are likely to be calcium deposits
D. the more likely they are to have calcium deposits
E. the more likely there are to be calcium deposits


Please could some one explain the difference between d and e.
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There are a couple of clues to the right answer choice; first, in 'the more x, the more y' templates, you don’t need a connector such as ‘then’. A B are gone. Second, you have to have a noun or a pronoun in the second part to // the people in the first part. D wins
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Daagh has given a very good explanation but for learners like me, when I see "to be" I am cautious using it because it is passive and GMAT does not prefer it.

There is a clear parallelism THE MORE X, THE MORE Y in D, also in E, there should be used when a place is in context. Here people are referred, hence we need "they".

D does it all.

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The word ‘there’ in C and E is used as an expletive subject and does not refer to a place. Therefore it may not be right to score them out on that count. The alternate explanation that ‘there’ does not parallel people is more reasonable.
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Yeah well explained - "there", "when" spoilers. except d every choice is gone.
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subject verb combination should remain consist in the more x does Y, the more .... type of consturction.

the more people show.., the more they have.. is right construction.hence D
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D it is. Very good explanation.
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+1 D

"they" is important because eliminates the ambiguity about who have the calcium depositits.
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New post 23 Jan 2012, 02:43
in 'the more x, the more y' is the correct idiom

So between D n E

to be is a passive form - E eliminated

D is the answer
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