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# In a recent survey, Physical Fitness Weekly found that people exercisi

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In a recent survey, Physical Fitness Weekly found that people exercising daily consider themselves no healthier than do people exercising three to five times a week.

(A) no healthier than do people exercising
(B) not any healthier than do people exercising
(C) not any healthier than do people who exercise
(D) no healthier than are people who are exercising
(E) not as healthy as are people who exercise

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22 Oct 2018, 03:43
In a recent survey, Physical Fitness Weekly found that people exercising daily consider themselves no healthier than do people exercising three to five times a week.

(A) no healthier than do people exercising IMO CORRECT
(B) not any healthier than do people exercising NOT ANY HEALTHIER]& NOT HEALTHIER
(C) not any healthier than do people who exercise NOT ANY HEALTHIER]& NOT HEALTHIER
(D) no healthier than are people who are exercising Not good ||
(E) not as healthy as are people who exercise Not good ||
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22 Oct 2018, 05:03
In a recent survey, Physical Fitness Weekly found that people exercising daily consider themselves no healthier than do people exercising three to five times a week.

(A) no healthier than do people exercising : Correct
(B) not any healthier than do people exercising : No healthier is better expression than Not any healthier.
(C) not any healthier than do people who exercise : Same as B
(D) no healthier than are people who are exercising :Exercise is not happening at that time. So use of present continuous is wrong.
(E) not as healthy as are people who exercise : Meaning error: No healthier means : as healthy as or less healthy.This sentence covers only one.
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23 Oct 2018, 04:48
Bunuel wrote:
In a recent survey, Physical Fitness Weekly found that people exercising daily consider themselves no healthier than do people exercising three to five times a week.

(A) no healthier than do people exercising
(B) not any healthier than do people exercising
(C) not any healthier than do people who exercise
(D) no healthier than are people who are exercising
(E) not as healthy as are people who exercise

MANHATTAN REVIEW OFFICIAL EXPLANATION:

One thing you have to consider in this sentence is parallel structure. Because you say ‘people exercising daily’, you have to maintain the same form later. That eliminates choices C, D and E. Choice B uses the inefficient expression ‘not any healthier’. Choice A is the correct answer.
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