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# George Sand consider

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24 Nov 2008, 21:40
Although i got this right.... i am confused about when to use only considered v/s considered as.

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George Sand was one of the first European writers to consider the rural poor to be liegtimate subjects for literature and portay these with sympathy and respect in her novels.

1. to be liegtimate subjects for literature and portay these
2. should be legtimate subjects for literature and prtry these
3. as being legtimate subjects for literature and portraying them
4. as if they were legtimate subjects for litreature and portray them
5. legtimate subjects for litreature and to portray them
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24 Nov 2008, 21:54
gmat101 wrote:
Although i got this right.... i am confused about when to use only considered v/s considered as.

Q from OG 11

George Sand was one of the first European writers to consider the rural poor to be liegtimate subjects for literature and portay these with sympathy and respect in her novels.

1. to be liegtimate subjects for literature and portay these
2. should be legtimate subjects for literature and prtry these
3. as being legtimate subjects for literature and portraying them
4. as if they were legtimate subjects for litreature and portray them
5. legtimate subjects for litreature and to portray them

Rule:
1. Considered - use always
2: considered as - use never

That leaves B and E.

E is parallel.
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24 Nov 2008, 22:11
IMO D....non underline part is having was and therefore underline part should have past simple....therefore D
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25 Nov 2008, 01:14
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gmat101 wrote:
Although i got this right.... i am confused about when to use only considered v/s considered as.

Q from OG 11

George Sand was one of the first European writers to consider the rural poor to be liegtimate subjects for literature and portay these with sympathy and respect in her novels.

1. to be liegtimate subjects for literature and portay these
2. should be legtimate subjects for literature and prtry these
3. as being legtimate subjects for literature and portraying them
4. as if they were legtimate subjects for litreature and portray them
5. legtimate subjects for litreature and to portray them

Rule:
1. Considered - use always
2: considered as - use never

yep, just one of those GMAT rules. must memorize it.
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25 Nov 2008, 05:36
yeah..chk tis..
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25 Nov 2008, 06:53
IMO its 5
gmat101 wrote:
Although i got this right.... i am confused about when to use only considered v/s considered as.

Q from OG 11

George Sand was one of the first European writers to consider the rural poor to be liegtimate subjects for literature and portay these with sympathy and respect in her novels.

1. to be liegtimate subjects for literature and portay these [color=#FF0000]these is wrong. considered to be is wrong[/color]
2. should be legtimate subjects for literature and prtry theseconsider should..ruled out
3. as being legtimate subjects for literature and portraying them[color=#FF0000]ruled out consider as being[/color]
4. as if they were legtimate subjects for litreature and portray them [color=#FF0000]considered as if they...ruled out[/color]
5. legtimate subjects for litreature and to portray them
[color=#FF0000]only one.. consider x y..[/color]
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Can you please post the Official Explanation?
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25 Nov 2008, 09:16
So rules used here are

use Consider A B
avoid Consider A as B
Consider A to be B

the other one is parallelism

hence IMO 5
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25 Nov 2008, 12:24

It says in the guide that when consider means think or believe after careful deliberation it does not require as or any other epression before the object.

Thanks all.
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25 Nov 2008, 13:32
to consider and to portray are parallel

E
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25 Nov 2008, 17:41
E uses correctly ..... consider X Y and also parallel ... to consider || to portrey
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