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People with only high school diplomas consistently earn only about three-quarters of the amount university graduates own.

A of the amount university graduates own.
B of the amount earned by university graduates.
C of university graduates.
D of university graduate's earnings.
E of the amount of university graduates.

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 [#permalink] New post 02 Mar 2004, 09:24
My vote for B
A:Comaprison Problem
C:same as above
E:Same as Above
B seems to be more idiomatic than D.
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Mar 2004, 08:48
The correct answer is B. This is a variant of a Comparison problem, in that we are comparing what both these groups of people earn. A changes the meaning with the verb own. C suggests that high school graduates earn university graduates. D suggests that they earn the earnings of university graduates, and also has the ungrammatical university graduate's earnings. E also suggests that high school graduates are earning university graduates, and also uses the incorrect amount of university graduates rather than number of university graduates.

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