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7) The architectural problem of how to enclose and

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7) The architectural problem of how to enclose and articulate interior space becomes increasingly critical as the size of the space gets larger.
A) increasingly critical as the size of the space gets larger.
B) ever more critical as the size of the space increases
C) more and more critical as the size of the space will increase

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New post 23 Aug 2003, 04:11
A?... in B i doubt that "ever" is correct... and in C, the use of "will" is strange, if not wrong... ?

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New post 27 Apr 2005, 06:14
My answer is B. I think ever is a typo. C is wrong because it mixes Future and Present Tenses. A ... size...gets larger.... strange.

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New post 27 Apr 2005, 07:04
i'll take A.
IMO "more" should always be used with "than". therefore B and C are wrong.

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Folaa3 wrote:
A i think


Yeah (A). If I may ask, why did you pick this question from archives? Just curious.

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New post 30 Apr 2005, 23:23
A. becomes...as...gets...-er (comparative) is idiomatic

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New post 01 May 2005, 03:37
Considering A and B, I choose A, because "ever more critical" changes the meaning of the original.

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