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# Canada consumed 10,965 kilograms of energy per capita in

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Canada consumed 10,965 kilograms of energy per capita in 1995, fifty percent more than the Netherlands did and nearly twice as much as France's consumption.

the Netherlands did and nearly twice as much as France's consumption
the Netherlands's and nearly double what the French consumption was
the Netherlands consumed and nearly twice as much as the French did
what the Netherlands did and nearly twice as much as France's consumption
what the Netherlands consumed and nearly double the French consumption

what is this SC testing?

Do we need parallelism......canada...netherlands and france..??

thanks
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13 Dec 2003, 06:52
parallelism.

C seems parallel. it uses same tense for Neatherlans and France (as for canada)

whats the source of this Q?
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14 Dec 2003, 06:27
oooooooooh! equal number of votes for both options.

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14 Dec 2003, 07:52
C is not parallel: Canada, The Netherlands, and THE FRENCH (???)--should be France.
I vote for A.
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14 Dec 2003, 20:18
stolyar wrote:
C is not parallel: Canada, The Netherlands, and THE FRENCH (???)--should be France.
I vote for A.

akamai..any thoughts?
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Re: SC : Energy Consumption ( Spoil your weekend - 5) [#permalink]

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16 Dec 2003, 12:58
[quote="praetorian123"]Canada consumed 10,965 kilograms of energy per capita in 1995, fifty percent more than [b]the Netherlands did and nearly twice as much as France's consumption. [/b]

the Netherlands did and nearly twice as much as France's consumption
the Netherlands's and nearly double what the French consumption was
the Netherlands consumed and nearly twice as much as the French did
what the Netherlands did and nearly twice as much as France's consumption
what the Netherlands consumed and nearly double the French consumption

what is this SC testing?

Do we need parallelism......canada...netherlands and france..??

thanks
praetorian[/quote]

The correct answer is "C". Choice A is wrong because it does maintain the same tense throught out the sentence. The only choice that does is "C".
Re: SC : Energy Consumption ( Spoil your weekend - 5)   [#permalink] 16 Dec 2003, 12:58
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