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Horbach's promotion to partner meant that she enjoyed the more prestigious post held by a woman in any of leading leveraged buyout firms on Wall Street.

A. more prestigious post
B. post of grater prestige
C. most prestigious post
D. post, highest in prestigue
E. more highly prestigious post
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08 Feb 2018, 20:58
DharLog wrote:
Horbach's promotion to partner meant that she enjoyed the more prestigious post held by a woman in any of leading leveraged buyout firms on Wall Street.

A. more prestigious post
B. post of grater prestige
C. most prestigious post
D. post, highest in prestigue
E. more highly prestigious post

More/greater requires a comparison...
Will go with C here ..
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Updated on: 10 Feb 2018, 14:12
Horbach's promotion to partner meant that she enjoyed the more prestigious post held by a woman in any of leading leveraged buyout firms on Wall Street.

A. more prestigious post
B. post of grater prestige
C. most prestigious post
D. post, highest in prestigue
E. more highly prestigious post

The construction "held by any woman" requires a preceding superlative. In this case, the superlative is "most prestigious" and is found in answer choices C) and D). To me C) is way more concise and clear and thus why I chose it as the correct answer.
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Originally posted by Masterscorp on 10 Feb 2018, 07:41.
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10 Feb 2018, 08:12
DharLog wrote:
Horbach's promotion to partner meant that she enjoyed the more prestigious post held by a woman in any of leading leveraged buyout firms on Wall Street.

A. more prestigious post
B. post of grater prestige
C. most prestigious post
D. post, highest in prestigue
E. more highly prestigious post

Correct Answer must be (C) for the correct Superlative usage...
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10 Feb 2018, 10:46
What is the difference between C & D ?

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