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03 Jun 2004, 17:20
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04 Jun 2004, 12:46
I will go with C. In A the usage of 'the' makes me uncomfortable. I am sorry I cannot explain more.

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04 Jun 2004, 13:17
The answer is A. The question has already been discussed.

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04 Jun 2004, 14:52
ob wrote:
The answer is A. The question has already been discussed.

Yup! just wanted to let you all know that this one has no typos.

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04 Jun 2004, 18:33
A.

I dont see "despite" and "although" make any differrnece in these sentences. C and D are same with despite and although tags.If C has to be correct D has to correct. So eliminated both.

B has "of the" at the end, when read in the complete sentence,did not make sense.

Between A and E , A sounded better.I am fine with "the" in A. as it actually refers to Turks not "more than".

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