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In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than
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05 Oct 2007, 22:18
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

The opening modifier phrase must modify the right entity - rice. Elim A and C and D (D has rice protein and not rice).

Between B and E - higher in quality than wheat compares quality with wheat.

B stands.
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05 Oct 2007, 22:23
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

agreed with B. this one is a bit tricky. here we are comparing wheat with rice so only B and E stands.
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05 Oct 2007, 22:36
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

Quick and easy B.

We need to compare wheat with rice. So elim ACD

Now B vs E. B wins b/c "that in" stands for protein in.
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06 Oct 2007, 08:23
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

B
It was between B and E for me. E, however, should have "has" after wheat then it will look so much better.
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06 Oct 2007, 09:33
bkk145 wrote:
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

B
It was between B and E for me. E, however, should have "has" after wheat then it will look so much better.

B for me.

Bkk145 - related question - I think E would have been correct, if it had "than does wheat"
Do you prefer has over does? Are you aware of any rules? Thanks.
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06 Oct 2007, 09:33
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Please explain why "C" is wrong.

In correct comparison. You are comparing "rice" with "wheat", not "wheat" and "protein".
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06 Oct 2007, 09:38
Path wrote:
bkk145 wrote:
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

B
It was between B and E for me. E, however, should have "has" after wheat then it will look so much better.

B for me.

Bkk145 - related question - I think E would have been correct, if it had "than does wheat"
Do you prefer has over does? Are you aware of any rules? Thanks.

I think you are right, it should be "does" since "has" is acting as a verb here. Hmmm, you got me thinking... I actually think both are correct, but would like more opinion.

Rice has more protein than wheat has.
or
Rice has more protein then wheat does.

Any takers?
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06 Oct 2007, 09:51
bkk145 wrote:
Path wrote:
bkk145 wrote:
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

B
It was between B and E for me. E, however, should have "has" after wheat then it will look so much better.

B for me.

Bkk145 - related question - I think E would have been correct, if it had "than does wheat"

Do you prefer has over does? Are you aware of any rules? Thanks.

I think you are right, it should be "does" since "has" is acting as a verb here. Hmmm, you got me thinking... I actually think both are correct, but would like more opinion.

Rice has more protein than wheat has.
or
Rice has more protein then wheat does.

Any takers?

Compare the two sentences below - BOTH ARE CORRECT but employ different forms when it comes to replacing the verb.

I have more Stawberries than he HAS guavas.

Rice has more protein than wheat does.
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06 Oct 2007, 12:26
dwivedys wrote:
bkk145 wrote:
Path wrote:
bkk145 wrote:
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

B
It was between B and E for me. E, however, should have "has" after wheat then it will look so much better.

B for me.

Bkk145 - related question - I think E would have been correct, if it had "than does wheat"

Do you prefer has over does? Are you aware of any rules? Thanks.

I think you are right, it should be "does" since "has" is acting as a verb here. Hmmm, you got me thinking... I actually think both are correct, but would like more opinion.

Rice has more protein than wheat has.
or
Rice has more protein then wheat does.

Any takers?

Compare the two sentences below - BOTH ARE CORRECT but employ different forms when it comes to replacing the verb.

I have more Stawberries than he HAS guavas.

Rice has more protein than wheat does.

My Take - If has/have used as the main verb, then we should not use has/have in the 2nd sentence. If has/have is used as the auxilary verb, than we can use has/have in the 2nd sentence.

Which one is correct:-
or
Dwivedy reads faster than I do. - I would prefer this one, because it does not repeat the main verb.

Similarly
I have more Stawberries than he HAS.
or
I have more strawberries than he does. I would prefer this one, because it does not repeat the main verb.

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06 Oct 2007, 12:39
Path wrote:
dwivedys wrote:
bkk145 wrote:
Path wrote:
bkk145 wrote:
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

B
It was between B and E for me. E, however, should have "has" after wheat then it will look so much better.

B for me.

Bkk145 - related question - I think E would have been correct, if it had "than does wheat"

Do you prefer has over does? Are you aware of any rules? Thanks.

I think you are right, it should be "does" since "has" is acting as a verb here. Hmmm, you got me thinking... I actually think both are correct, but would like more opinion.

Rice has more protein than wheat has.
or
Rice has more protein then wheat does.

Any takers?

Compare the two sentences below - BOTH ARE CORRECT but employ different forms when it comes to replacing the verb.

I have more Stawberries than he HAS guavas.

Rice has more protein than wheat does.

My Take - If has/have used as the main verb, then we should not use has/have in the 2nd sentence. If has/have is used as the auxilary verb, than we can use has/have in the 2nd sentence.

Which one is correct:-
or
Dwivedy reads faster than I do. - I would prefer this one, because it does not repeat the main verb.

Similarly
I have more Stawberries than he HAS.
or
I have more strawberries than he does. I would prefer this one, because it does not repeat the main verb.

Path - I concur with you. However, in my strawberry example - the predicate clause has a different subject (guavas) and that's why has has been repeated (i have more more Strawberries than he HAS Guavas). If I had to say (I have more strawberries than he has strawberries - then I woudl have said ) have more strawberries than he does.)
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06 Oct 2007, 13:17
dwivedys wrote:
Path wrote:
dwivedys wrote:
bkk145 wrote:
Path wrote:
bkk145 wrote:
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

B
It was between B and E for me. E, however, should have "has" after wheat then it will look so much better.

B for me.

Bkk145 - related question - I think E would have been correct, if it had "than does wheat"

Do you prefer has over does? Are you aware of any rules? Thanks.

I think you are right, it should be "does" since "has" is acting as a verb here. Hmmm, you got me thinking... I actually think both are correct, but would like more opinion.

Rice has more protein than wheat has.
or
Rice has more protein then wheat does.

Any takers?

Compare the two sentences below - BOTH ARE CORRECT but employ different forms when it comes to replacing the verb.

I have more Stawberries than he HAS guavas.

Rice has more protein than wheat does.

My Take - If has/have used as the main verb, then we should not use has/have in the 2nd sentence. If has/have is used as the auxilary verb, than we can use has/have in the 2nd sentence.

Which one is correct:-
or
Dwivedy reads faster than I do. - I would prefer this one, because it does not repeat the main verb.

Similarly
I have more Stawberries than he HAS.
or
I have more strawberries than he does. I would prefer this one, because it does not repeat the main verb.

Path - I concur with you. However, in my strawberry example - the predicate clause has a different subject (guavas) and that's why has has been repeated (i have more more Strawberries than he HAS Guavas). If I had to say (I have more strawberries than he has strawberries - then I woudl have said ) have more strawberries than he does.)

I noticed slightly different usage in your example of strawberries. So, I had modified it to "I have more Stawberries than he HAS." To imply what you just said.

Thanks.
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08 Oct 2007, 06:41
dwivedys wrote:
Beyond700 wrote:
In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that in wheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.

(a) the protein in rice is higher quality than that in
(b) rice has protein of higher quality than that in
(c) the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in
(d) rice protein is higher in quality than it is in
(e) rice has a protein higher in quality than

The opening modifier phrase must modify the right entity - rice. Elim A and C and D (D has rice protein and not rice).

Between B and E - higher in quality than wheat compares quality with wheat.

B stands.

OA is 'B'.
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