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50. According to some economists, the July decrease in unemployment so that it was the lowest in two years suggests that the gradual improvement in the job market is continuing.
(A) so that it was the lowest in two years
(B) so that it was the lowest two-year rate
(C) to what would be the lowest in two years
(D) to a two-year low level
(E) to the lowest level in two years
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For D, we tend to say it to mean E actually. but if you critically think about what D means, you will find that it means the low level ( not really the lowest ) lasts 2 years.
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betting D

Was picking E at first, but the meaning of E sounds diff from original.

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OA is E for this one....
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For D, we tend to say it to mean E actually. but if you critically think about what D means, you will find that it means the low level ( not really the lowest ) lasts 2 years.


Bingo , you got it tennis_ball . :)
Yes, we are comparing rates across 2 years we need to use superlative lowest here.
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ivymba wrote:
tennis_ball wrote:
For D, we tend to say it to mean E actually. but if you critically think about what D means, you will find that it means the low level ( not really the lowest ) lasts 2 years.


Bingo , you got it tennis_ball . :)
Yes, we are comparing rates across 2 years we need to use superlative lowest here.


Gud explanation ivymba....thanx..


Both are excellent explanations. Commonly tested concept here.
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