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New post 02 Nov 2015, 06:13
Answer is C.

Each other refers to two people, whereas one another refers to a group. Therefore A and D are eliminated.

E is eliminated because of the usage of "them" after the hyphen, rather than the plural reflexive pronoun "themselves".

D is eliminated because the phrase after the hyphen suggests that Syrians are creating a city, both politically and socially, with (or using) bricks and mortars, which is illogical
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New post 29 Jul 2016, 02:23
Hello,

Can some please clarify the difference between choices A and C ?

I have a doubt about the modifier 'as well as bricks and mortar'. I am not sure how on the basis of this modifier we can rule out A.

Please explain.

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New post 13 Aug 2017, 07:28
I have an issue with parallelism here. How can "....with bricks and mortar" be parallel to politically and socially, both of which are are adverbs? The 'with' should have been placed earlier in the sentence as well to form a parallel structure.

Please share your thoughts experts. Thank you.
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