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Idioglossia is a phenomenon, incompletely understood at

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Idioglossia is a phenomenon, incompletely understood at best, where two persons develop a unique and private language with highly original vocabulary and syntax.
(A) where two persons develop a unique and private language with
(B) when two persons develop a unique and private language having
(C) in which two persons have unique and private language development with
(D) having two persons who develop a unique and private language that has
(E) in which two persons develop a unique and private language with

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yep, OA is E

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I go E as the correct answer.

But I was wondering if I saw a similar structure again how to do you choose between where and in which

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lfox2 wrote:
I go E as the correct answer.

But I was wondering if I saw a similar structure again how to do you choose between where and in which


I would like to know also. What about of which?

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New post 12 Jun 2016, 12:54
lfox2 wrote:
I go E as the correct answer.

But I was wondering if I saw a similar structure again how to do you choose between where and in which


Where, on GMAT, almost always denotes a physical location.

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