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171. Because young children do not organize their attention or perceptions systematically, like adults, they may notice and remember details that their elders ignore.

(A) like adults
(B) unlike an adult
(C) as adults
(D) as adults do
(E) as an adult
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picked D first

ans: B?

- 'as an adult' doesn't make sense to me
- rest have "children:adults" and "they" together, making the sentence ambiguous

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[quote="walker"]171. Because young children do not organize their attention or perceptions systematically, like adults, they may notice and remember details that their elders ignore.

(A) like adults it is not the case to use like
(B) unlike an adult wrong comparison
(C) as adults missing verb
(D) as adults do ok
(E) as an adult wrong comparison

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OA is D
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it must be D. we want to compare the way children do something to the way adults to do something, so you must have 'do'.

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'Like' is to compare nouns and 'as' is to compare actions. We are comparing actions so eliminate A and B. Then eliminate C and E because we are comparing children's organization of attention and perceptions to adult's organization of attention and perceptions NOT the adult.

Only D remains.
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Yes ..... I got D...... I knew "do not organize" was a trap.

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Because young children do not organize their attention or perceptions systematically, like adults, they may notice and remember details that their elders ignore.

(A) like adults
(B) unlike an adult
(C) as adults
(D) as adults do
(E) as an adult

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I would go for B because:

Because young children do not organize their attention or perceptions systematically, _____, they may notice and remember details that their elders ignore.
i.e. young children tend to notice things that adults ignore, therefore, they are not like adults in that sense.

(A) like adults
(B) unlike an adult----------- correct, unlike means not like adults
(C) as adults
(D) as adults do
(E) as an adult
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I would go for D. " Do" is needed for proper comparision.

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aknine wrote:
I would go for B because:

Because young children do not organize their attention or perceptions systematically, _____, they may notice and remember details that their elders ignore.
i.e. young children tend to notice things that adults ignore, therefore, they are not like adults in that sense.

(A) like adults
(B) unlike an adult----------- correct, unlike means not like adults
(C) as adults
(D) as adults do
(E) as an adult


I think "do not organize" already convey the meaning that childern are unlike adults and not required "unlike" again. I will go with D.

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aknine wrote:
I would go for B because:

Because young children do not organize their attention or perceptions systematically, _____, they may notice and remember details that their elders ignore.
i.e. young children tend to notice things that adults ignore, therefore, they are not like adults in that sense.

(A) like adults
(B) unlike an adult----------- correct, unlike means not like adults
(C) as adults
(D) as adults do
(E) as an adult


I think "do not organize" already convey the meaning that childern are unlike adults and not required "unlike" again. I will go with D.


Oh that's the logic... How did I miss it..?
Well, Thanks humans for correcting me :-)
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yep D is the right one.. :)

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D.. compare children action to adult

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D is the winner here.

The comparison is between actions:
1) children do not do something
2) adults do something

Hence we need an "as" as well as a linking/helping verb "do" => C

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When like is used, the format should be Verb+Like+Noun/Pronoun
When as is used, the format should be As+Subject+Verb

So the answer is D

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Couldn't (C) be right? saying when the children become adults.....

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good question
D should be correct .
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(B)unlike an adult.. the only option that indicates that they do something different from the elders

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Remember that you must ensure parallelism with unlike, even though unlike indicates that the two items are not like each other.

Right: UNLIKE you. I danced last night. (You did not dance last night.)
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