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Although films about the American West depict coyotes as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills, in reality these gregarious creatures live in stable groups that occupy the same territory for long periods.

(A) films about the American West depict coyotes as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills
(B) in films about the American West coyotes are depicted to be solitary animals that howl mournfully on the tops of distant hills
(C) coyotes are depicted as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills in films about the American West
(D) films about the American West depict coyotes as if they were solitary, mournfully howling animals on the tops of distant hills
(E) films about the American West depict coyotes to be solitary and mournfully howling animals on the tops of distant hills

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Although films about the American West depict coyotes as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills, in reality these gregarious creatures live in stable groups that occupy the same territory for long periods.

(A) films about the American West depict coyotes as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills
(B) in films about the American West coyotes are depicted to be solitary animals that howl mournfully on the tops of distant hills
(C) coyotes are depicted as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills in films about the American West
(D) films about the American West depict coyotes as if they were solitary, mournfully howling animals on the tops of distant hills
(E) films about the American West depict coyotes to be solitary and mournfully howling animals on the tops of distant hills

Sadly guys, I do not have any OA :(


I think the correct idiom is "depict x as y"

B and E have depicted..to be... so I eliminated them.
D has depict..as if..... so D eliminated

Between A and C. I went for A

Is C passive ? Is my reasoning above correct ?

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IMO (A) for the same reasons stated above.

Yes (C) is passive construction.

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amitdgr wrote:
Although films about the American West depict coyotes as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills, in reality these gregarious creatures live in stable groups that occupy the same territory for long periods.

(A) films about the American West depict coyotes as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills -> depic ... howling is wrong

(B) in films about the American West coyotes are depicted to be solitary animals that howl mournfully on the tops of distant hills -> this is correct,parallel

(C) coyotes are depicted as solitary animals howling mournfully on the tops of distant hills in films about the American West ->

(D) films about the American West depict coyotes as if they were solitary, mournfully howling animals on the tops of distant hills ->


(E) films about the American West depict coyotes to be solitary and mournfully howling animals on the tops of distant hills -> this is wrong

Sadly guys, I do not have any OA :(


I found out this question in net its discussed in manhattan forum !!
check this out for the explanation
http://www.manhattangmat.com/forums/post2212.html

OA is A
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The correct idiom is "depict X as Y". C is passive, so i think is A.

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