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First, D changed meaning in comparison to A. 'Such' in D means more on the lines of type X. While A is talking about intensity. Also in D 'has' and 'been' should be together. For these reasons D is not a good choice.

(A) so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that
(D) such has the abundance of capital been for commercial real estate that


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First, D changed meaning in comparison to A. 'Such' in D means more on the lines of type X. While A is talking about intensity. Also in D 'has' and 'been' should be together. For these reasons D is not a good choice.

(A) so abundant has capital been for commercial real estate that
(D) such has the abundance of capital been for commercial real estate that


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Can you please brief what more on the lines of type X mean ?
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teaserbae - Let me try to answer in another form. When ever you have this kind of doubts, ask basic questions. What is modifying what. such is acting as adverb modifying verb. so is also adverb, modifying abundant. Now with this information can you get the difference in meaning of two sentence. Moreover what is relationship of these adverbs with abundance in respective sentence in meaning point of view.

Also you should read given explanations more often and try to post your mindset. its really very hard to answer with the information you give in your questions. best be detail oriented.
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