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316. Frances Wright’s book on America contrasted the republicanism of the United States with what she saw as the aristocratic and corrupt institutions of England.
(A) with what she saw as
(B) with that which she saw to be
(C) to that she saw being
(D) and that which she saw as
(E) and what she saw to be

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316. Frances Wright’s book on America contrasted the republicanism of the United States with what she saw as the aristocratic and corrupt institutions of England.
(A) with what she saw as
(B) with that which she saw to be
(C) to that she saw being
(D) and that which she saw as
(E) and what she saw to be


1. contrasted A with B, or contrasted A to B (temporally not sure :-D )
2. so D and E out
3. B out also, B and D have the same error "that which"
4. A and C, clearly C is out: "saw being"

A is winner!
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OA IS A! Thanks sodenso.. +1 to you.. Nice explanation.
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lgon wrote:
316. Frances Wright’s book on America contrasted the republicanism of the United States with what she saw as the aristocratic and corrupt institutions of England.
(A) with what she saw as
(B) with that which she saw to be
(C) to that she saw being
(D) and that which she saw as
(E) and what she saw to be


1. contrasted A with B, or contrasted A to B (temporally not sure :-D )
2. so D and E out
3. B out also, B and D have the same error "that which"
4. A and C, clearly C is out: "saw being"

A is winner!
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New post 13 Jan 2009, 21:07
me too A!!!!

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