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Despite the recent election of a woman to the office of prime minister, the status of women in Pakistan is little changed from how it was in the last century.

(A) is little changed from how it was
(B) is a little change from how it was
(C) has changed little
(D) has changed little from how it has been
(E) is little changed from the way it was

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New post 27 Dec 2005, 13:01
Bhai wrote:
C looks good. All others look redundant to me.


"redundant", exactly :good

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The question is quoted from "Cracking the GMAT" Princeton Review 2004 Edition, pg. 447. Their explanation is the following: the "it" pronoun in A, B, D, E makes it unclear whether it is the status of women in the last century or something else in the last century that we compare the current women status with.

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