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Unlike most warbler species, the male and female blue-winged

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Unlike most warbler species, the male and female
blue-winged warbler are very difficult to tell apart.

(A) Unlike most warbler species, the male and
female blue-winged warbler are very difficult
to tell apart.
(B) Unlike most warbler species, the gender of the
blue-winged warbler is very difficult to
distinguish.
(C) Unlike those in most warbler species, the male
and female blue-winged warblers are very
difficult to distinguish.
(D) It is very difficult, unlike in most warbler species,
to tell the male and female blue-winged warbler
apart.
(E) Blue-winged warblers are unlike most species of
warbler in that it is very difficult to tell the
male and female apart.

Please explain your answer :help2
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2004, 17:21
I would go with (C).

The comparison has to be done between "the male and female blue-winged warbler" and "the male and female warbler in most other warbler species". Only (C) does that.

I am not sure why (E) is worng.
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2004, 17:38
actually the official answer is E. I chose C as well and don't know what is wrong with it. :?:
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2004, 19:05
sarnia wrote:
actually the official answer is E. I chose C as well and don't know what is wrong with it. :?:
sarnia


E is best.

C makes incorrect comparison.

you have to compare "different species" of warblers.

want to take a look at C again
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