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expert in [#permalink] New post 26 Apr 2008, 01:33
87.Although many art patrons can readily differentiate a good debenture from an undesirable one, they are much less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and fakes.
(A) much less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and
(B) far less expert in distinguishing good paintings from poor ones, authentic art from
(C) much less expert when it comes to distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art from
(D) far less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and
(E) far less the expert when it comes to distinguishing between good painting, poor ones, authentic art, and
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Re: expert in [#permalink] New post 27 Apr 2008, 21:42
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Just for the record, distinguish x from y, and distinguish between x and y both are correct idiom.
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Re: expert in [#permalink] New post 26 Apr 2008, 02:26
B for parallelism: "x from y".
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Re: expert in [#permalink] New post 27 Apr 2008, 16:26
E - distinguish between A,B and C ??
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87.Although many art patrons can readily differentiate a good debenture from an undesirable one, they are much less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and fakes.
(A) much less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and
(B) far less expert in distinguishing good paintings from poor ones, authentic art from
(C) much less expert when it comes to distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art from
(D) far less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and
(E) far less the expert when it comes to distinguishing between good painting, poor ones, authentic art, and
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Re: expert in [#permalink] New post 27 Apr 2008, 17:54
sondenso wrote:
87.Although many art patrons can readily differentiate a good debenture from an undesirable one, they are much less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and fakes.
(A) much less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and
(B) far less expert in distinguishing good paintings from poor ones, authentic art from
(C) much less expert when it comes to distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art from
(D) far less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and
(E) far less the expert when it comes to distinguishing between good painting, poor ones, authentic art, and


vote for B
distinguish X from Y
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Re: expert in [#permalink] New post 27 Apr 2008, 19:13
i agree with B as well..idiom is distinguish X from Y..
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Re: expert in [#permalink] New post 27 Apr 2008, 21:21
(A) much less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and
wrong idiom. (correct is distinguish from)
(B) far less expert in distinguishing good paintings from poor ones, authentic art from
hold it
(C) much less expert when it comes to distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art from
expert is countable. much is incorrect and it is wordy too
(D) far less expert in distinguishing good paintings and poor ones, authentic art and
wrong idiom. (correct is distinguish from)
(E) far less the expert when it comes to distinguishing between good painting, poor ones, authentic art, and
between can not come with more than two things. Here among should be used.

IMO B.
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