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# A new hair-growing drug is being sold for three times the

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A new hair-growing drug is being sold for three times the [#permalink]

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31 Jul 2005, 07:32
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A new hair-growing drug is being sold for three times the price, per milligram, as the drugâ€™s maker charges for another product with the same active ingredient.

A. as
B. than
C. that
D. of what
E. at which

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31 Jul 2005, 08:12
D is my choice.

Although C can not be refuted either.

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31 Jul 2005, 09:42
I also agree that D is the best choice, but I can't explain why D is better than C.

Can anyone explain why D is better?
I would have picked D myself on the exam, but if someone asked me to justify my choice, I would have nothing to say but "well, it just sounds right"

C. charge three times the price that it charges
D. charge three times the price of what it charges

tough !

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31 Jul 2005, 16:17
I will choose C

'charge' is being used as a transitive verb - meaning to fix or ask as fee or payment. Therefore, it does not need an 'at' or 'of'.

for example:
charge \$50 for a service

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01 Aug 2005, 18:22
D.

Three times of what the other drug maker's charge for other product.......

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01 Aug 2005, 18:22
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