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Re: Despite being a carnivore [#permalink]
24 Dec 2009, 04:57
Despite being a carnivore, the diet of the bear is largely vegetarian – fresh leaves, fruits, berries, nuts, roots, and tubers - and animal carcasses rarely.
A. and animal carcasses rarely. ----
B. and animal carcasses is rare.
C. with animal carcasses as rare.
D. animal carcasses a rarity.
E. with animal carcasses a rarity.
There is a similar question in OG 11, just talking about Greeks. Try to disregard the list of things bear eats, and then you will have:
Despite being a carnivore, the diet of the bear is largely vegetarian ...
A - and animal carcasses rarely; doesnt make sense - and is wrong, should use with; largely and rarely should not be parallel B- and animal carcasses is rare - again and is wrong, this sounds like carcasses is in limited supply. C- with animal carcasses as rare. - sounds like rare acts like something in the diet D- carcasses cant be part of this list E- with is used correctly and makes sense.