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Consumers may not think of household cleaning products to be [#permalink] New post 10 Feb 2005, 23:33
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182. Consumers may not think of household cleaning products to be hazardous substances, but many of them can be harmful to health, especially if they are used improperly.
(A) Consumers may not think of household cleaning products to be
(B) Consumers may not think of household cleaning products being
(C) A consumer may not think of their household cleaning products being
(D) A consumer may not think of household cleaning products as
(E) Household cleaning products may not be thought of, by consumers, as
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2005, 06:38
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idiom: think of A as B


1) estimated ...to be ...(SC-14,pg 699 of OG)
2) distinguishes between X and Y (SC-15,pg 699 of OG)
3) one attributes X (an effect) to Y (a cause) (SC-21,pg 701 of OG)
4) X is attributed to Y (SC-21,pg 701 of OG)
5) not in a flash...but in a ... (SC-22,pg 701 of OG)

6) affect to.. (SC-47,pg 707 of OG)
7) to orbit...(SC-49,pg 708 of OG)
8) same to X as to Y (sc-54,pg 709 of OG)
9) extent to ...(SC-57,pg 710 of OG)
10) range from X to Y ...(SC-58,pg 710 of OG)
11) range of ...(SC-77,pg 714 of OG)
12) One X for every ZZ( some numeric number) Y's ...(SC-89,pg 717 of OG)
13) seem to indicate ...(SC-95,pg 718 of OG)

14) more...than ever...(SC-98,pg 718 of OG)
15) X forbids Y to do Z ...(SC-100,pg 719 of OG)
16) X prohobits Y from doing Z ...(SC-100,pg 719 of OG)
17) as much as..(SC-105,pg 720 of OG)
18) for jobs..(SC-109,pg 721 of OG)
19) credited with ..(SC-111,pg 721 of OG)
20) research to (SC-112, pg 721 of OG)

21) between X and Y (Sc-115, pg 722 of OG)
22) better served by X than Y ..(SC-116,pg 722 of OG)
23) X ordered Y to do Z (sc-121,pg 724 of OG)
24) restitution...for ...(SC-130,pg 726 of OG)
25) X [is] expected to Y (SC-131, pg 726 of OG
26) viewed marriage as ( sc-147,pg 730 of OG)
27) to mistake X for Y (sc-150,pg 730 of OG)
28) not X ...but rather Y ..(SC-172,pg 736 of OG)
29) persuaded X to do Y (sc-173,pg 736 of OG)
30) more X than Y ...(SC-175,pg 737 of OG)
31) so X that Y ...(SC-177,pg 737 of OG)
32) to survive (SC-181,pg 738 of OG)
33) X as Y ..(SC-182,pg 738 of OG)
34) targeted at ( SC-195,pg 742 of OG)
35) X ordered Y to be Z'ed..(SC-218,pg 748 of OG)
36) X ordered that Y be Z'ed...(SC-218,pg 748)
37) interaction of ...(SC-237,pg 753 of OG)
38) to monitor ...(SC-239,pg 754 of OG)
39) that X ...that Y ...(SC-250,pg 757 of OG)
40) noted that ..(Sc-258,pg 759 of OG)
41) as a result of...(SC-263,pg 761 of OG)
42) call...to consider...
43) no less....than
44) believe X to be Y ....
45) from X to Y ...
46) entrusted with...
47) accompanied by...
48) decline in....
49) benefit from...
50) alternative to....
51) regard...as...
52) expected X to be Y ...
53) expected that X would be Y ...
54) contrary to..
55) widely anticipated that....
56) modeled after....
57) for over...XXX years...
58) assume ...to be of...
59) seem...to...(seem is plural)
60) used in the construction...
61) used to construct...
62) replacing with..
63) regards X as Y...
64) forcing ...to..
65) aid in + gerund...
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2005, 07:36
D as well for the same reasoning as above

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 [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2005, 07:51
My question, though, is between D and E. I know that E is passive. However, the subject of the second part of the sentence seems to be the cleaning products. Isn't it better if we keep the subject of the first part the same?
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2005, 10:09
One reason that E is incorrect is because the verb is 'thought' and the second clause, which is not underlined uses present tense. So, even though the 'subject' consistency in E is appealing, there is a verb mismatch.

In D, the plural referent 'they' is unambiguous and expresses the meaning of the sentence precisely.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2005, 15:56
prep_gmat wrote:
One reason that E is incorrect is because the verb is 'thought' and the second clause, which is not underlined uses present tense. So, even though the 'subject' consistency in E is appealing, there is a verb mismatch.

In D, the plural referent 'they' is unambiguous and expresses the meaning of the sentence precisely.


Thought is not the wrong tense, it is used as a passive mode. :???
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2005, 21:39
you are right, Hong.

I think the prepositional phrase 'by customer' following 'as' is intrusive and awkward, in addition to the passive construction in E.
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