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Unlike the United States, Japanese unions appear reluctant [#permalink]
20 Jul 2010, 03:54
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Unlike the United States, Japanese unions appear reluctant to organize lower-paid workers. (A) Unlike the United States, Japanese unions appear reluctant to organize (B) Unlike those in the United States, Japanese unions appear reluctant to organize (C) In Japan, unlike the United States, unions appear reluctant to organize (D) Japanese unions, unlike the United States, appear reluctant to organize (E) Japanese unions, unlike those in the United States, appear reluctant about organizing
Ground rule: Compare like with like. So we need to compare either Japan and United States or Japanese Unions and US unions. So only choice B and C are our likely choices. However, C has an error. It does not have the parallel word "In". It would be correct if it was "In Japan, unlike in the United States".
B does not have an error. Correct parallelism and correct comparison. Therefore, B. _________________
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