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High school students with high verbal Scholastic Assessment

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High school students with high verbal Scholastic Assessment scores are characterized not so much by the ability to write well than they have a large vocabulary.

A) than they have a large vocabulary
B) but by a large vocabulary
C) than by a large vocabulary
D) as a vocabulary that is large
E) as by a large vocabulary
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New post 14 Jan 2005, 21:38
I think this problem is not so simple. I am divided between B and E. there are two idioms:

not so much by ..... but by.............
so much by...................... as by.............

i think, it is B.

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New post 15 Jan 2005, 00:45
Well as pointed out by nocilis the idiom is
not so much ....as well MA this Idiom is given in Kaplan Verbal Book but I don't think if this Idiom is test "as such". Only KAPLAN tests this Idiom.

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New post 15 Jan 2005, 04:15
will go for E too :lol:
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New post 15 Jan 2005, 08:01
Why cant we use tthe Not/but construction here? Is that wrong?
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New post 15 Jan 2005, 17:01
by considering not/but u r leaving out so which also can be included for best construct, it includes an idiom as well as parellilism ..

.." not so much by ....as by " -- is the best suitable here


i will go with E
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New post 17 Jan 2005, 03:32
i'm with MA. It's B for me.
...not by <this> but by <this>

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