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America’s nuclear arsenal has expanded, but China’s and Pakistan’s too

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America’s nuclear arsenal has expanded, but China’s and Pakistan’s too.


(A) but China’s and Pakistan’s too

(B) and also China’s and Pakistan’s

(C) but so have China’s and Pakistan’s

(D) and so also China’s and Pakistan’s

(E) but so did China’s and Pakistan’s

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America’s nuclear arsenal has expanded, but China’s and Pakistan’s too  [#permalink]

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New post 07 Sep 2018, 02:13
+1 for C.

(A) but China’s and Pakistan’s too --> No verb

(B) and also China’s and Pakistan’s --> No verb

(C) but so have China’s and Pakistan’s --> Correct, rectifies verb and parallel error i.e, "A has, B and C have"

(D) and so also China’s and Pakistan’s --> No verb

(E) but so did China’s and Pakistan’s --> Incorrect, Not parallel "A has, B and C did"


Hence, C.
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Re: America’s nuclear arsenal has expanded, but China’s and Pakistan’s too  [#permalink]

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Bunuel wrote:
America’s nuclear arsenal has expanded, but China’s and Pakistan’s too.


(A) but China’s and Pakistan’s too

(B) and also China’s and Pakistan’s

(C) but so have China’s and Pakistan’s

(D) and so also China’s and Pakistan’s

(E) but so did China’s and Pakistan’s


But is needed to show contrast. choice C is correct because of correct verb form.

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Bunuel wrote:
America’s nuclear arsenal has expanded, but China’s and Pakistan’s too.


(A) but China’s and Pakistan’s too

(B) and also China’s and Pakistan’s

(C) but so have China’s and Pakistan’s

(D) and so also China’s and Pakistan’s

(E) but so did China’s and Pakistan’s


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X has happened, but y has also happened. Choices A, B and D eliminate the necessary verb. D does not provide for tense agreement as it uses the past tense. Choice C is the correct answer.
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