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In the 17th century, the average life span in England for a working class family was 12 years less than a member of the aristocracy.

A. a member of the aristocracy.
B. of a member of the aristocracy.
C. that of a member of the aristocracy.
D. a member to the aristocracy.
E. those of members of the aristocracy.
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C from my side too.....but i am a bit confused...here the average life time of a family is compared with that of a single member..... ?
is this a logical comparison?
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What do u say to this one fellas ?

In the 17th century, the average life span in England for a working class family was 12 years less than a member of the aristocracy.

A. a member of the aristocracy.
B. of a member of the aristocracy.
C. that of a member of the aristocracy.
D. a member to the aristocracy.
E. those of members of the aristocracy.



average life span in England for a working class family was 12 years less than That[ average life span] of a member of the aristocracy.

idiom X less than Y

X || Y

My pick C.
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