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# A coin would appear much larger to a person walking than

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23 Jan 2009, 16:36
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A coin would appear much larger to a person walking than that same coin would to a person in a speeding car.

(A) than that same coin would to
(B) than that same coin would
(C) as to
(D) as it would to
(E) than it would to
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23 Jan 2009, 16:48
E, although I find nothing wrong with A except that its non-concise.
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23 Jan 2009, 17:52
comparative form of adjective "larger" is used. Hence, "than" is required.
Now, among A, B and E, E is not parallel. E is concise. Hence, E.
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23 Jan 2009, 18:17
scthakur wrote:
comparative form of adjective "larger" is used. Hence, "than" is required.
Now, among A, B and E, E is not parallel. E is concise. Hence, E.

B,C & D not accurate.
here there is no confusion between person and coin; so it is more concise for coin.
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23 Jan 2009, 22:04
agree with E.

same logic as scthankur's.
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