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Most Corporations pay at least twice as much to full-time employees, if the value of benefits, sick days, and paid vacation days are included in earnings, than to part-time employees, whose hourly wages are often higher than those of their full-time colleagues.
(A) are included in earnings, than
(B) are included in earnings, as
(C) is included in earnings, than they pay
(D) is included in earnings, as is paid
(E) is included in earnings, as they pay

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D

'value' is singular
as much to full-time employees.............as is apid

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New post 09 Dec 2008, 16:13
E.


value is singular, A & B out.
Most Corporations pay at least twice as much to full-time employees ... as they pay to part-time employees.

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New post 09 Dec 2008, 18:26
lgon wrote:
Most Corporations pay at least twice as much to full-time employees, if the value of benefits, sick days, and paid vacation days are included in earnings, than to part-time employees, whose hourly wages are often higher than those of their full-time colleagues.
(A) are included in earnings, than
(B) are included in earnings, as
(C) is included in earnings, than they pay
(D) is included in earnings, as is paid
(E) is included in earnings, as they pay


E. value is singular so A and B are out. correct idiom is as much ....as so that leaves D and E. Corportaions pay.....as much .....as they pay..... hence E is my choice

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New post 11 Dec 2008, 08:22
one more E.

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New post 11 Dec 2008, 08:46
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twice as much as they pay to part time.

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New post 12 Dec 2008, 22:11
lgon can you please tell us the OA?

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