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Athletes who enter professional leagues directly from high school ofte

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Athletes who enter professional leagues directly from high school often have a difficult adjustment period, and there is no doubt that professional leagues are often more disappointed by the performance of this type of athlete rather than by athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues.


A. the performance of this type of athlete rather than by athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

B. the performance of these athletes rather than athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

C. the performance of such athletes than by that of athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

D. such athletes' performance than by athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

E. such performance of this type than by that of athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

Originally posted by s55day on 22 Aug 2018, 18:25.
Last edited by Bunuel on 22 Aug 2018, 21:42, edited 1 time in total.
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Only C has correct comparison of performances.

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New post 23 Aug 2018, 08:37
s55day wrote:
Athletes who enter professional leagues directly from high school often have a difficult adjustment period, and there is no doubt that professional leagues are often more disappointed by the performance of this type of athlete rather than by athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues.


A. the performance of this type of athlete rather than by athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

B. the performance of these athletes rather than athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

C. the performance of such athletes than by that of athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

D. such athletes' performance than by athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

E. such performance of this type than by that of athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues


Athletes who enter professional leagues directly from high school often have a difficult adjustment period, and there is no doubt that professional leagues are often more disappointed by the performance of such athletes than by that (performance ) of athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues.

Thus, the Correct answer must be (C) for comparison usage...
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+1 for C

A. the performance of this type of athlete rather than by athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

B. the performance of these athletes rather than athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

C. the performance of such athletes than by that of athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues

D. such athletes' performance than by athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues => wrong comparison

E. such performance of this type than by that of athletes who attend college before entering the professional leagues
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