TALE OF GENJI : GMAT Verbal Section
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# TALE OF GENJI

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14 Dec 2004, 00:17
With the intricacy of the Tale of Genji's depiction of the psychological ambiguities that are inherent in male-female relationships, it is a wonder that the book is not more often taught in American courses on womenâ€™s literature.

With the intricacy of the Tale of Genjiâ€™s depiction of the psychological ambiguities that are

Because it is intricate for the Tale of Genji to depict the psychological ambiguities that are

Because of the intricate depiction in the Tale of Genji of the psychological ambiguities

Based on the intricate depiction in the Tale of Genji of the psychological ambiguities being

Given the intricacy of the depiction in the Tale of Genji of the psychological ambiguities that are

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14 Dec 2004, 05:59
Pick E
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14 Dec 2004, 06:40
MA, it would be better if you underline the part instead of puting bunch of dot.

Go for (E) too
(C) is wrong for missing verb, miss use of "of".
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14 Dec 2004, 11:20
Its E..
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14 Dec 2004, 11:32
Will go with C on this. Will explain if correct. What is the OA?
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14 Dec 2004, 13:19
I will go with â€˜Eâ€™ â€“ the pronoun â€˜itâ€™ needs a noun to refer to which in this case is â€˜intricacyâ€™
In â€˜Câ€™ â€“ the â€˜itâ€™ does not have an antecedent
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15 Dec 2004, 21:44
I will go with â€˜Eâ€™ â€“ the pronoun â€˜itâ€™ needs a noun to refer to which in this case is â€˜intricacyâ€™
In â€˜Câ€™ â€“ the â€˜itâ€™ does not have an antecedent

thanks all. OA is E.
15 Dec 2004, 21:44
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