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Studies of test scores show that watching television has a markedly positive effect on children whose parents speak English as a second language, as compared to those who are native English speakers.

a) to those who are
b) with children who are
c) with
d) to those whose parents are
e) with children whose parents are
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28 Oct 2008, 08:46
leonidas wrote:
Studies of test scores show that watching television has a markedly positive effect on children whose parents speak English as a second language, as compared to those who are native English speakers.

a) to those who are
b) with children who are
c) with
d) to those whose parents are
e) with children whose parents are

IMO: E
"compare with" is for differences (while "compare to" is for similarities). And the comparision is between "children whose parents speak English as a second language" and "children whose parents are native English speakers".
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28 Oct 2008, 09:18
Thanks guys.
I tripped on the compare to and compare with towards the end of the 4 hr ordeal.
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28 Oct 2008, 11:00
This one is from GMATPrep?

I agree with nganle08.

Compare with --- comparing similar things, but looking for differences
Compare to --- comparing different things, but looking for similarities.

compare the original signature with a fake one
compare amitdgr's guitar noise to music
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28 Oct 2008, 11:04
definitely E

use compare with for similar things
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28 Oct 2008, 11:55
amitdgr wrote:
This one is from GMATPrep?

I agree with nganle08.

Compare with --- comparing similar things, but looking for differences
Compare to --- comparing different things, but looking for similarities.

compare the original signature with a fake one
compare amitdgr's guitar noise to music

Good example....

This one was from one of the mock tests (from MGMAT).
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