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The investigations of many psychologist and anthropologists [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2008, 22:52
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The investigations of many psychologist and anthropologists support the generalization of there being little that is a significant difference in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture.

(A) of there being little that is a significant difference

(B) of there being little that is significantly different

(C) of little that is significant different

(D) that there is little that is significantly different

(E) that there is little that is significant differences

OA is E, but i am getting D. Can someone explain? Got his from 1000SC [By Walker]

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Re: SC - Difference in Mental processes [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2008, 22:57
But GmatPrep says OA is D :lol:
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Re: SC - Difference in Mental processes [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2008, 23:37
Can u also quote the portion which needs correction? I think that makes the things a bit easier.
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The investigations of many psychologist and anthropologists support the generalization of there being little that is a significant difference in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture.

(A) of there being little that is a significant difference

(B) of there being little that is significantly different

(C) of little that is significant different

(D) that there is little that is significantly different

(E) that there is little that is significant differences

OA is E, but i am getting D. Can someone explain? Got his from 1000SC [By Walker]

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Re: SC - Difference in Mental processes [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2008, 00:05
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But GmatPrep says OA is D :lol:


Are you sure the OA is D, doesn't make any sense to me. :?

I think it's clearly E

"significant differences in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture"

much better than

"significantly different in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture"

Thanks
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Re: SC - Difference in Mental processes [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2008, 00:16
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OA is D. I fixed this mistake in new version of the software that I will release soon....
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Re: SC - Difference in Mental processes [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2008, 11:03
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sondenso wrote:
But GmatPrep says OA is D :lol:


Are you sure the OA is D, doesn't make any sense to me. :?

I think it's clearly E

"significant differences in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture"

much better than

"significantly different in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture"

Thanks


E is clearly out because of Sub-Verb agreement.
eg. There is singnificant differences in underlying.... (Wrong)
There is significant difference in underlying ....(Correct)
There are significant differences in underlying ....(Correct)

D is better
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Re: SC - Difference in Mental processes   [#permalink] 03 Jun 2008, 11:03
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