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According to two teams of paleontologists, recent fossil discoveris in Pakistan show that whales, porpoises, and dolphins are more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates - a group of hoofed mamals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos - than to any other mammals.

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b) that whales, porpoises, and dolphins are more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates - a group of hoofed mamals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos - as
c) whales, porpoises, and dolphins to be more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates - a group of hoofed mamals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos - than they are
d) whales, porpoises, and dolphins as being more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates - a group of hoofed mamals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos - as they are
e) whales, porpoises, and dolphins as more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates - a group of hoofed mamals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos - than
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1) more ~ than is correct. Thus, B and D are out.
2) show that S V is correct. Thus, C, D, and E are out.

I pick (A).
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New post 23 Oct 2005, 17:43
A looks best.

Correct construction - X & Y are more closely related to P than to Q.
Didn't read all choices. Too many animals for one SC!
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A.

I do not see anything wrong with the original sentence.
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New post 23 Oct 2005, 18:36
A. clearly the choices are between A and B. first "that" is essential here so eliminate CDE. A and B, both, have more in common, so we need "than" to make the idiom complete, "more.........than".

As in B is wrong to make comparision.

this is real gmat-type question. good one...............

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According to two teams of paleontologists, recent fossil discoveris in Pakistan show that whales, porpoises, and dolphins are more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates - a group of hoofed mamals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos - than to any other mammals.

a) that whales, porpoises, and dolphins are more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates - a group of hoofed mamals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos - than

b) that whales, porpoises, and dolphins are more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates - a group of hoofed mamals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos - as
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the OA is A. Thanks!
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New post 27 Nov 2016, 21:05
My pick is A.

& it's obvious Answer becoz
'show' followed by 'that'
'..more.....than...'
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