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# Dirt Roads may invoke the bucolic simplicity of another

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Dirt Roads may invoke the bucolic simplicity of another century, but financially strained townships point out that dirt roads costs twice as much as maintaining paved roads.

a)
b) dirt roads cost twice as much as to maintain as paved roads do
c) maintaing dirt roads cost twice as much as paved roads do
d) maintaining dirt roads costs twice as much as it does for paved roads
e) to maintain dirt roads cost twice as much as for paved roads

I'll appreciate if you could explain the choices, atleast the one that you consider right.

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29 Mar 2009, 18:21
sanjay_gmat wrote:
Dirt Roads may invoke the bucolic simplicity of another century, but financially strained townships point out that dirt roads costs twice as much as maintaining paved roads.

a) costs -- should be cost
b) dirt roads cost twice as much as to maintain as paved roads do-- This would have been perfect choice but as much as...as
c) maintaing dirt roads cost twice as much as paved roads do--will go with this one.
d) maintaining dirt roads costs twice as much as it does for paved roads-- costs

I'll appreciate if you could explain the choices, atleast the one that you consider right.

SC question in CR forum- bad :evil:
You dint underline problem- very bad

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