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A Painter

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21 Apr 2005, 12:55
Gifted as a painter, Andrew Wyeth is a master at depicting people and places.
(A) Gifted as a painter
(B) Being a gifted painter
(C) A gifted painter
(D) Because he is gifted as a painter
(E) As a painter who is gifted

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21 Apr 2005, 13:16
C) is clear and concise
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If your mind can conceive it and your heart can believe it, have faith that you can achieve it.

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21 Apr 2005, 13:19
B or C, i pick B

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21 Apr 2005, 13:31
between C and E.

both seems correct .

C uses appositive correctly.
however on test i would take C.

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21 Apr 2005, 15:07
Clear "C"

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21 Apr 2005, 15:29
banerjeea_98 wrote:
Clear "C"

Well if it is C, shouldn;t there be a comma right after Andrew Wyeth?

A gifted painter, Andrew Wyeth, is a master at depicting people and places.

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21 Apr 2005, 18:43
I choose (D) .

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21 Apr 2005, 18:47
(C) it is. A gifted painter properly modifies the proper noun following it.

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21 Apr 2005, 19:51
Should be C
A gifted painter is the appositive here

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21 Apr 2005, 22:54
OA is C.

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22 Apr 2005, 16:34
MA wrote:
OA is C.

I am thinking too much .

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21 May 2013, 04:12
I will go with option (C) A gifted painter.

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