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The housing prices in various counties, some of them at [#permalink]
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The housing prices in various counties, some of them at significant rates, are increasing just as the interest rates are, yet being still low enough to avoid an inflationary effect.

A)The housing prices in various counties, some of them at significant rates, are increasing just as the interest rates are, yet being B)Both interest rates and housing prices of various counties are increasing, some at significant rates, but they are C)Although like the interest rates the housing prices are increasing, some of them at significant rates, yet D)As the interest rates, the housing prices are increasing, some of them at significant rates, but they are E)The housing prices of various counties are increasing like the interest rates, some of which at significant rates are increasing but

The housing prices in various counties, some of them at significant rates, are increasing just as the interest rates are, yet being still low enough to avoid an inflationary effect.

A)The housing prices in various counties, some of them at significant rates, are increasing just as the interest rates are, yet being B)Both interest rates and housing prices of various counties are increasing, some at significant rates, but they are C)Although like the interest rates the housing prices are increasing, some of them at significant rates, yet D)As the interest rates, the housing prices are increasing, some of them at significant rates, but they are E)The housing prices of various counties are increasing like the interest rates, some of which at significant rates are increasing but

I said B. Are you sure the OA is A? A is such a jumbled mess, and if nothing else, "yet being still low enough" is horrible. B is the only choice which is grammatical.

The original says - housing prices in counties - while choices B and E say housing prices of counties, as if the counties themselves are up for sale. Wrong intent and so let’s drop them.

C and D – Where is the mention of counties in the choices? What a miss?

A.is what is left out; We have to accept it grudgingly as the tolerable among the bads, although the sore created by the expression yet, being, still, low and enough is hard to heal _________________

The original says - housing prices in counties - while choices B and E say housing prices of counties, as if the counties themselves are up for sale. Wrong intent and so let’s drop them.

C and D – Where is the mention of counties in the choices? What a miss?

A.is what is left out; We have to accept it grudgingly as the tolerable among the bads, although the sore created by the expression yet, being, still, low and enough is hard to heal

Well explained. A it is. I went for D but then realized the answer is missing "in counties". +1 for you

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Re: The housing prices in various counties, some of them at [#permalink]
08 Feb 2015, 19:09

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The original says - housing prices in counties - while choices B and E say housing prices of counties, as if the counties themselves are up for sale. Wrong intent and so let’s drop them.

C and D – Where is the mention of counties in the choices? What a miss?

A.is what is left out; We have to accept it grudgingly as the tolerable among the bads, although the sore created by the expression yet, being, still, low and enough is hard to heal

The housing prices in various counties, some of them at [#permalink]
17 Feb 2015, 14:10

"The housing prices in various counties, some of them at significant rates, are increasing just as the interest rates are, yet being still low enough to avoid an inflationary effect."

This is not grammatically correct. Where did this question come from?

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