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# However much United States voters may agree that there is

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28 Nov 2008, 23:24
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However much United States voters may agree that there is waste in government and
that the government as a whole spends beyond its means, it is difficult to find broad
support for a movement toward a minimal state.
A) However much United States voters may agree that
B) Despite the agreement among United States voters to the fact
C) Although United States voters agree
D) Even though United States voters may agree
E) There is agreement among United States voters that

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29 Nov 2008, 02:22
A.
2 sentences should demonstrate contrasting ideas, so E is out.
B, C,D are out because without MUCH they indicate ALL voters, the idea not welcomed by question stem.
I know ur concern is MUCH with countable nouns but according to OG and Kaplan 800 it is reasonable to use Much + pl countable noun. But as I explained above u can eliminate B,C,D,E without this concern.

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29 Nov 2008, 03:38
A for sure
This choice makes sentence parralel (that.... that) and is correct

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29 Nov 2008, 06:05
Hi guys,

IMO A

It seems the only one that fits...

a "that" at the end is needed, so B, C and D out. A and E left.

E out because do not contrast anything, the sentence doesn't mean anything

A) However much United States voters may agree that
B) Despite the agreement among United States voters to the fact
C) Although United States voters agree
D) Even though United States voters may agree
E) There is agreement among United States voters that

OA and Source?

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