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gt;Early English law viewed marriage, as other 13th century

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>Early English law viewed marriage, as other 13th century nations, like a property arrangement rather than< an emotional bond based on romantic love.

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B. As did others 13th nations, Early English law viewed marraige to be a property arrangement rather than viewing it as
C. Early English law viewed marriage to be a property arrangement, like other 13th century laws, rather than viewing it as
D. Marriage to Early English law, like other 13c nations, was viewed as a property arrangement than
E. As in other 13th C nations, early english law viewed marriage as a property arrangement rather than


This Sc is quite similar to the one wtih Samuel, but not entirely.
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2006, 07:23
I'll go with E.
As in other 13th C nations, early english law viewed marriage as a property arrangement rather than

As is followed by a clause.
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2006, 10:57
E.

The reference to other 13th century nations is not quite right in the other choices...
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2006, 21:33
Yes, viewing does not need to be restated.

D is funny, and the rest are gmammatical abominations.

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 [#permalink] New post 02 Jul 2006, 08:26
E is the best among the choices given but none is too convincing ...

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Re: SC : Marriage Score900 [#permalink] New post 02 Jul 2006, 22:11
Early English law viewed marriage, as other 13th century nations, like a property arrangement rather than an emotional bond based on romantic love.

A.
B. As did others 13th nations, Early English law viewed marraige to be a property arrangement rather than viewing it as
C. Early English law viewed marriage to be a property arrangement, like other 13th century laws, rather than viewing it as
D. Marriage to Early English law, like other 13c nations, was viewed as a property arrangement than
E. As in other 13th C nations, early english law viewed marriage as a property arrangement rather than

A is incorrect. compares English law to other 13th century nations.
B is incorrect for the same reason
C is incorrect. Use of 'like' to compare inanimate objects is incorrect. In addition, the noun modifier " like other 13th century laws" should touch the noun "[Early English] law"
D is incorrect. Marriage to early english law sounds like rubbish, and hilarious IMO.
E is correct. "As in other 13th Century nations" correctly modifies "english law"




This Sc is quite similar to the one wtih Samuel, but not entirely.[/quote]
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 [#permalink] New post 03 Jul 2006, 00:32
Will go with E.

Correct comparison and correct modifier
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