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# For most consumers, the price of automobile insurance

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01 Aug 2008, 22:33
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For most consumers, the price of automobile insurance continues to rise annually, even if free of damage claims and moving violations.

(A) even if
(B) despite being
(C) even if they are
(D) although they may be
(E) even if remaining

let me know the difference between although and even though usage

and also the answer for this with explanations
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01 Aug 2008, 23:14
spriya wrote:
For most consumers, the price of automobile insurance continues to rise annually, even if free of damage claims and moving violations.

(A) even if
(B) despite being
(C) even if they are
(D) although they may be
(E) even if remaining

let me know the difference between although and even though usage

and also the answer for this with explanations

A) , B) and E) does not clearly depict who/what is free of damage claims and violations.

Between C) and D), D) looks better. Somehow even if they are free of damage does not click.

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02 Aug 2008, 10:19
nmohindru wrote:
spriya wrote:
For most consumers, the price of automobile insurance continues to rise annually, even if free of damage claims and moving violations.

(A) even if
(B) despite being
(C) even if they are
(D) although they may be
(E) even if remaining

let me know the difference between although and even though usage

and also the answer for this with explanations

A) , B) and E) does not clearly depict who/what is free of damage claims and violations.

Between C) and D), D) looks better. Somehow even if they are free of damage does not click.

OA is D
But E also sounds equally good
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02 Aug 2008, 15:17
It is the consumer, not the price of automobile insurance, which is free of claims. So that leaves C and D. D sounds a little better to me.

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Re: SC-insurance   [#permalink] 02 Aug 2008, 15:17
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