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The first OA is E, the second is B. I believe the second is

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The first OA is E, the second is B. I believe the second is wrong. But I am worried that the second apparently comes from gmatprep. MATT, are you sure your post is correct?

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=35642&highlight=former+attended

[url]As the former[/url]chair of the planning board for 18 consecutive years and a board member for 28 years, Joan Philkill attended more than 400 meetings and reviewed more than 700 rezoning applications.

A)As the former
B)The former
C)Former
D)She was
E)As the

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[url]As the former[/url] Chancellor of Stanford University for three consecutive years and a committee member for five years, Janna attended more than 40 meetings and reviewed more than 70 rezoning applications.

a. As the former
b. The former
c. Formerly
d. Former
e. As the
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I would say E as the word former is unnecessary in the sentence.
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I would definitely like to know as well. It seems as though the intended meaning is different in each sentence but they are almost identical.

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I would definitely like to know as well. It seems as though the intended meaning is different in each sentence but they are almost identical.

U2Lover??? MATT??


I dished out my opinion on this one :lol: I don't know the OA :cry:
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