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Elise Richards was one of the first musicians to consider slavery

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Elise Richards was one of the first musicians to consider slavery to be a legitimate subject for music and portray its horrific status in the society.

A. to be a legitimate subject for music and
B. should be a legitimate subject for music and
C. as being a legitimate subject for music and
D. as if she was a legitimate subject for music and
E. a legitimate subject for music and to
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rohan2345 wrote:
Elise Richards was one of the first musicians to consider slavery to be a legitimate subject for music and portray its horrific status in the society.

A. to be a legitimate subject for music and
B. should be a legitimate subject for music and
C. as being a legitimate subject for music and
D. as if she was a legitimate subject for music and
E. a legitimate subject for music and to


Coul it be a knock-off of

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George Sand (Aurore Lucile Dupin) was one of the first European writers to consider the rural poor to be legitimate subjects for literature and portray these with sympathy and respect in her novels.
(A) to be legitimate subjects for literature and portray these
(B) should be legitimate subjects for literature and portray these
(C) as being legitimate subjects for literature and portraying them
(D) as if they were legitimate subjects for literature and portray them
(E) legitimate subjects for literature and to portray them


from the 2015 review?
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I think the OA is E as it is the only option that uses "Consider X, Y" idiom correctly. Rest all other options use either, "Consider to be/should be" or "Consider as" - which are incorrect.

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rohan2345 wrote:
Elise Richards was one of the first musicians to consider slavery to be a legitimate subject for music and portray its horrific status in the society.

A. to be a legitimate subject for music and
B. should be a legitimate subject for music and
C. as being a legitimate subject for music and
D. as if she was a legitimate subject for music and
E. a legitimate subject for music and to


Coul it be a knock-off of

Quote:
George Sand (Aurore Lucile Dupin) was one of the first European writers to consider the rural poor to be legitimate subjects for literature and portray these with sympathy and respect in her novels.
(A) to be legitimate subjects for literature and portray these
(B) should be legitimate subjects for literature and portray these
(C) as being legitimate subjects for literature and portraying them
(D) as if they were legitimate subjects for literature and portray them
(E) legitimate subjects for literature and to portray them


from the 2015 review?


Thank you. I think that the question above is made from a GMATPrep Company that tried to design that question mostly match the OG question. However, the quality of those questions never matches the quality of OG questions.
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