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# Although he is as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of

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02 Jul 2007, 05:15
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Although he is as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of his friends, he is very cautious about spending money.

(A) Although he is as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of his friends,

(B) Being wealthier, or as wealthy as, most of his friends, yet

(C) Despite his being as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of his friends,

(D) He is as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of his friends, but

(E) Although he is as wealthy as, if not wealthier than, most of his friends,

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02 Jul 2007, 05:31
"E" it is. for being meaningful and idiomatic..
as X as..most of his friends.. (note: X=adjective)

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Circkit

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02 Jul 2007, 05:42
Balvinder wrote:
Although he is as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of his friends, he is very cautious about spending money.

(A) Although he is as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of his friends,

(B) Being wealthier, or as wealthy as, most of his friends, yet

(C) Despite his being as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of his friends,

(D) He is as wealthy, if not wealthier, than most of his friends, but

(E) Although he is as wealthy as, if not wealthier than, most of his friends,

Easy.

Being - B, C - out

As X As is correct idiom

E - perfect.

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02 Jul 2007, 05:54
OA is E

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02 Jul 2007, 05:54
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