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Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio winds through the middle of the business district, and the River Walk, or Pasco del Rio, is the city's most popular attraction.
A) Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio
B) Unlike the river in many cities in the United Stated, which is no longer the local point of urban life, in San Antonio the river
C)Today the river in many cities in the United States is no longer the focal point of urban life, unlike San Antonio, where it
D) In few United States cities today, a river is the focal point of urban life, but the river in San Antonio
E) No longer do many cities in United States have a river as the focal point of urban life, but in San Antonio the river
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Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio winds through the middle of the business district, and the River Walk, or Pasco del Rio, is the city's most popular attraction.
A) Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio
B) Unlike the river in many cities in the United Stated, which is no longer the local point of urban life, in San Antonio the river
C)Today the river in many cities in the United States is no longer the focal point of urban life, unlike San Antonio, where it
D) In few United States cities today, a river is the focal point of urban life, but the river in San Antonio
E) No longer do many cities in United States have a river as the focal point of urban life, but in San Antonio the river

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 [#permalink] New post 14 May 2007, 19:40
A) Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio
wrong obiviously
B) Unlike the river in many cities in the United Stated, which is no longer the local point of urban life, in San Antonio the river
which refers cities/states/river?
C)Today the river in many cities in the United States is no longer the focal point of urban life, unlike San Antonio, where it
same as A
D) In few United States cities today, a river is the focal point of urban life, but the river in San Antonio
changed the meaning of the original sentence
E) No longer do many cities in United States have a river as the focal point of urban life, but in San Antonio the river
me think this one is right!
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 [#permalink] New post 14 May 2007, 19:44
I'll go for E as well.. The best among the choices.
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Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio winds through the middle of the business district, and the River Walk, or Pasco del Rio, is the city's most popular attraction.
A) Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio
B) Unlike the river in many cities in the United Stated, which is no longer the local point of urban life, in San Antonio the river
C)Today the river in many cities in the United States is no longer the focal point of urban life, unlike San Antonio, where it
D) In few United States cities today, a river is the focal point of urban life, but the river in San Antonio
E) No longer do many cities in United States have a river as the focal point of urban life, but in San Antonio the river


either A or C, and I'm not sure which one I would choosen on the exam day ;) probably A.
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 [#permalink] New post 14 May 2007, 20:08
windy_city wrote:
A) Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio
wrong obiviously
B) Unlike the river in many cities in the United Stated, which is no longer the local point of urban life, in San Antonio the river
which refers cities/states/river?
C)Today the river in many cities in the United States is no longer the focal point of urban life, unlike San Antonio, where it
same as A
D) In few United States cities today, a river is the focal point of urban life, but the river in San Antonio
changed the meaning of the original sentence
E) No longer do many cities in United States have a river as the focal point of urban life, but in San Antonio the river
me think this one is right!


tks. OA is E. and could u pls explain why D changes the original meaning?
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