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After a few weeks experience, apprentice jewelers can

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After a few weeksâ€™ experience, apprentice jewelers can usually begin to discriminate, though not with absolute certainty, genuine diamonds from imitation diamonds.
(A) genuine diamonds from imitation diamonds
(B) genuine diamonds apart from imitations
(C) between genuine diamonds and imitation diamonds
(D) among genuine diamonds and imitation diamonds
(E) whether diamonds are imitation or genuine

OA : ( C )

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05 Jan 2005, 09:54
Not very sure. but E would be my first guess..
C has between.. discriminate.... between.. not making sense..
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05 Jan 2005, 10:00
C for me.

(A) tell X from Y [not discriminate X from Y]
(B) not in consideration
(C) it is bad to discriminate between X and Y.
(D) discrimination among X and Y was prevelant.
(E) discriminate.. whether (not appropriate)
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05 Jan 2005, 10:21
Wow this is a hard one. I say A. Please let us know what the answer if you have it....
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05 Jan 2005, 11:13
Mmm...I choose A initially, but then I go to look up my dictionary and find "discrimate between" is a correct idiom format, I think the correct answer is C.

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07 Jan 2005, 11:39
Why not A.

'discriminate X from Y' - does n't it sound ok.
07 Jan 2005, 11:39
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