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Like the changing color of certain tropical fish, chameleons`s colors depend on the surrounding environment.

(A) chameleon`s colors depend on
(B) a chameleon color depends on
(C) that of chameleons depend on
(D) a chameleon`s color depends on
(E) that of a chameleon's is dependent on
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 [#permalink] New post 13 May 2005, 07:56
I will go with D
I was between B & D but B makes it sound like 'chameleon' is a type of color, so eliminated B
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 [#permalink] New post 13 May 2005, 10:30
"D"
parallel and pretty :-)
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Like the changing color of certain tropical fish, chameleons`s colors depend on the surrounding environment.

(A) chameleon`s colors depend on => plural, not parallel with singular
(B) a chameleon color depends on
(C) that of chameleons depend on => should have been "depends"
(D) a chameleon`s color depends on => parallel & correct
(E) that of a chameleon's is dependent on
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 [#permalink] New post 14 May 2005, 18:41
OA is D.
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