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SC-spritual leader [#permalink] New post 06 Apr 2007, 10:37
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Hi,

A recent survey taken by a london tabloid seemed to support the idea that the English no longer consider the royal family to be spritual leaders, but are seeing them instead to be symbols and relics of the monarchical past of England

b) as spritual leaders, instead they are seeing them as sybolic relics of England's past, which was monarchical

c) as being spritual leaders, but instead they see them as being symbolic relics of England's monarchical past

d) Spritual leaders, but instead see them as sybolic relics of England's monarchical past
e) For spritual leaders, but instead see them for sybols and relics of the monarchical past of England

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 [#permalink] New post 06 Apr 2007, 12:20
"Consider + person/thing" is idiomatic
D it is :)
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Apr 2007, 12:39
I thought the idiom was consider ...as

based on that I think B is correct!
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Apr 2007, 14:09
fresinha12 wrote:
I thought the idiom was consider ...as

based on that I think B is correct!


Unfortunately, you are wrong. In GMAT world, "conside... as" is never correct.
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Apr 2007, 18:20
A recent survey taken by a london tabloid seemed to support the idea that the English no longer consider the royal family to be spritual leaders, but are seeing them instead to be symbols and relics of the monarchical past of England

===parallel construction, but as connector====

b) as spritual leaders, instead they are seeing them as symbolic relics of England's past, which was monarchical

== no longer consider... but (they) are seeing (see) ... Eliminate
also which was monarchical is awkward

c) as being spritual leaders, but instead they see them as being symbolic relics of England's monarchical past

== as being is unidiomatic Eliminate

d)spiritual leaders, but instead see them as symbolic relics of England's monarchical past
== concise and correct parallel construction Correct

e) For spritual leaders, but instead see them for symbols and relics of the monarchical past of England
== for spiritual leaders Eliminate
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Apr 2007, 18:42
"Consider" never takes any thing with it...so "D" it should be
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