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

a. the same
b. Unlike most warbler species, the gender of the blue-winged wabler is very difficult to distinguish
c. unlike those in most warbler species, the make and female blue-winged wablers are very difficlut to distinguish
d. It is very difficult, unlike in most warbler species, to tell the make and female blue winged warbler apart
e. Blue-winged warblers are unlike most species of wabler in that it is very difficault to tell the male and female apart
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New post 30 Aug 2004, 15:56
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Unlike most warbler species, the male and female blue-winged wabler are very difficult to tell apart

a. the same
b. Unlike most warbler species, the gender of the blue-winged wabler is very difficult to distinguish
c. unlike those in most warbler species, the make and female blue-winged wablers are very difficlut to distinguish
d. It is very difficult, unlike in most warbler species, to tell the make and female blue winged warbler apart
e. Blue-winged warblers are unlike most species of wabler in that it is very difficault to tell the male and female apart


A. No - bad comparison
B. No - bad comparison
C. I think this is the least of evils.
D. Close... I think C is more concise and active.
E. No - bad comparison

I'll take C over D. (even though a "from one another" would be nice at the end)
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New post 30 Aug 2004, 17:09
C is the answer.
Only C bring in the right modifier for the main sentence. all the rest have a proper misplace modifier.
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New post 30 Aug 2004, 18:21
Original sentence is good. Male and female blue-winged warbler is used to indicate the species of warbler that is different.
(B) - bad comparison, comparing species with gender
(C) – ‘those’ is unclear with it is referring to, the wabler species or the male/female blue-winged warbler
(D) - species wrongly modifies diffult
(E) – ‘it’ is not clear if it is referring to the difficulty of telling whether the blue-winged is male and female warbler, or it is simply referring the noun warbler preceding it

What is the OA?
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New post 31 Aug 2004, 17:15
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E is too wordy.
B is comparing species to gender.
Others are incorrect.
What is the OA?
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New post 31 Aug 2004, 20:22
chaps i picked c in this as well however ETS OA is E.

not exactly sure why
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New post 01 Sep 2004, 01:18
Guys..I picked up C and am in soup with the rest of the guys who picked up C as well 8-)

Could anybody out there explain how E is better than C?

damit wrote:
Unlike most warbler species, the male and female blue-winged wabler are very difficult to tell apart

a. the same
b. Unlike most warbler species, the gender of the blue-winged wabler is very difficult to distinguish
c. unlike those in most warbler species, the make and female blue-winged wablers are very difficlut to distinguish
d. It is very difficult, unlike in most warbler species, to tell the make and female blue winged warbler apart
e. Blue-winged warblers are unlike most species of wabler in that it is very difficault to tell the male and female apart

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New post 01 Sep 2004, 02:28
E is the clearest ans.

A is not as good. In C, the use of "distinguish" is not proper they often say "distinguish .. from ..." or "distinguish between ... and ..."
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