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The Los Angeles-Sprawl program has depleted resources as much by degrading air quality than by the destruction of habitats.

(A) than by the destruction of habitats.
(B) rather than by the destruction of a habitat.
(C) than by destroying habitats.
(D) as by the destruction of a habitat.
(E) as by destroying habitats.
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27 Jan 2011, 08:41
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The Los Angeles-Sprawl program has depleted resources as much by degrading air quality than by the destruction of habitats.

(A) than by the destruction of habitats.
(B) rather than by the destruction of a habitat.
(C) than by destroying habitats.
(D) as by the destruction of a habitat.
(E) as by destroying habitats.

Idioms and parallelism are what being tested in this q.
The idiom ...as much....as ... is how it is correctly used and based on that construction the original sentence begins by saying "as much by degrading air quality"
The words in red requires the next verb that comes after as to be in the same tense and that by be before the verb...i.e as by destroying.
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27 Jan 2011, 08:59
feruz77 wrote:
The Los Angeles-Sprawl program has depleted resources as much by degrading air quality than by the destruction of habitats.

(A) than by the destruction of habitats.
(B) rather than by the destruction of a habitat.
(C) than by destroying habitats.
(D) as by the destruction of a habitat.
(E) as by destroying habitats.

Idiom(as muh..as) + parallelism(ing form) answer E
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27 Jan 2011, 15:52
1. as much as
2. by degrading => by destroying (||)
I wish all Qs were as straightforward as this one
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27 Jan 2011, 16:23
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1. as much as
2. by degrading => by destroying (||)
I wish all Qs were as straightforward as this one

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27 Jan 2011, 16:27
+1 E.

Must be a easy one...cos got them in 30s.
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27 Jan 2011, 22:24
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+1 E.

Must be a easy one...cos got them in 30s.

As Ron the Great would say "Level of difficulty is the last thing you should be conserned with while solvign a question" Amen'
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28 Jan 2011, 05:42
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1. as much as
2. by degrading => by destroying (||)
I wish all Qs were as straightforward as this one

Don't we all which for that
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