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Ignoring composer Maurice Ravel's suggestions, the brass

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Ignoring composer Maurice Ravel's suggestions, the brass ensemble was the only one of the five-section orchestra who remained silent during the final movement of Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition."

(A) was the only one of the five-section orchestra who remained
(B) alone among the five sections of the orchestra remained
(C) were the only ones out of the five sections of the orchestra in remaining
(D) only of the five-section orchestra had remained
(E) was alone of the five-section orchestra when they remained

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Re: Knewton- Verbal- Free Test [#permalink] New post 15 Jun 2010, 11:21
(A) was the only one of the five-section orchestra who remained -- can be used only for a person
(B) alone among the five sections of the orchestra remained - correct
(C) were the only ones out of the five sections of the orchestra in remaining - collective noun (ensemble) requires a singular verb
(D) only of the five-section orchestra had remained - I think this one is missing a main verb
(E) was alone of the five-section orchestra when they remained - this changes the intended meaning

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Re: Knewton- Verbal- Free Test [#permalink] New post 15 Jun 2010, 11:26
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