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As researchers continue to probe the highly expressive vocal

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As researchers continue to probe the highly expressive vocal and postural language of wolves, their close resemblance to dogs has become ever more striking.
(A) their close resemblance to dogs has become
(B) the closeness of their resemblance to dogs has become
(C) the close resemblance between them and dogs has become
(D) the close resemblance between wolves and dogs becomes
(E) the close resemblance of wolves with dogs becomes


is der any correct idiom pertaining to 'resemblance'..??

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D.

only choice D, makes the proper comparison between wolves and dogs without being ambiguous, i.e. (them, their)
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Can anyone reply with idioms related to 'resemblance'

Are these correct?

resemblance of X to Y
resemblance between X and Y
resemblance among X,Y,Z, etc.

IMO D.
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Resemblance of X to Y is incorrect
the other two are OK....
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Maulikgmat wrote:
Resemblance of X to Y is incorrect
the other two are OK....




More confirmation is needed?

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