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# Idioms

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16 Apr 2018, 12:04
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Complacent as he was, little did he know about the nuances of dealing with real corporate politics.

A). Complacent as he was, little did he know about the nuances of dealing with real corporate politics.
B). As complacent as he was, little did he know about the nuances of dealing with real corporate politics.
C). He was complacent as he knew very little about the nuances of dealing with real corporate politics.
D). Although he was complacent, little did he know about the nuances of dealing with real corporate politics
E). Although he was complacent, he knew little about the nuances of dealing with real corporate politics.
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16 Apr 2018, 18:00
I was confused between D and E. How to pick between the last two. Also how is E incorrect?
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Re: Idioms  [#permalink]

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16 Apr 2018, 22:28
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Notice that the following portion is not underlined--
"little did he know about the nuances of dealing with real corporate politics"

You cannot change the structure of non - underlined portion ( As is the case with E; he knew little vs little did he know)
Re: Idioms   [#permalink] 16 Apr 2018, 22:28
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