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At the end of the day, the prime minister and her staff ended up both sharing not merely a pessimistic view of potential legislative progress for the foreseeable future; also a fear that her party was losing the initiative on a number of issues.

A)ended up both sharing not merely a pessimistic view of potential legislative progress for the foreseeable future;also
B) share in common not just a pessimistic legislative progress view, but
C)both shared not only a pessimistic view of legislative progress for the foreseeable future but as well
D)ended up sharing not merely their pessimistic view of potential legislative progress, but they also shared
E)shared not only a pessimistic view of potential legislative progress, but also
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At the end of the day, the prime minister and her staff ended up both sharing not merely a pessimistic view of potential legislative progress for the foreseeable future; also a fear that her party was losing the initiative on a number of issues.

A)ended up both sharing not merely a pessimistic view of potential legislative progress for the foreseeable future;also
B) share in common not just a pessimistic legislative progress view, but
C)both shared not only a pessimistic view of legislative progress for the foreseeable future but as well
D)ended up sharing not merely their pessimistic view of potential legislative progress, but they also shared
E)shared not only a pessimistic view of potential legislative progress, but also


Meaning : Prime minister and her staff ended up with pessimistic view for the future and also about her party loosing on some issues.

Here Prime minister and her staff act as subject and their actions need to be in parallel.. Here we can observe not only..but also idiom.

not only x . . . but also y, where x and y are parallel.

Only option E has proper idiom.
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Between D and E. Since verb in both predicates apply to the same subject, the subject might not have to be restated. IMO E


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A & D can be straight away ruled out as it repeats end.... end. B/W B,C & E, choose E because of idiom "not only.....but also".
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New post 21 Jul 2017, 08:12
I am not getting why option e is right ??
Not only X but also Y , here X is a phrase and Y is a clause .
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