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60. According to a recent poll, owning and living in a freestanding house on its own land is still a goal of a majority of young adults, like that of earlier generations.
(A) like that of earlier generations
(B) as that for earlier generations
(C) just as earlier generations did
(D) as have earlier generations
(E) as it was of earlier generations
I prefer "I did like my father did" to "I did as my father did"
These sentences are not same as the sentence in the problem posted.
I did like my father did - is correct comparision
I did as my father did - it may mean you were doing something as(while) your father was doing something. It is ambiguous usage.
I suggest you pay attention to what OG says. OG is always right. Understanding OG explanation will help you solve complex problems. I am telling from my experience. Quantity of questions wont get you far but quality of questions and understanding why each answer is wrong will.