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In the Bahá'í Faith, Satan in the form of fallen angels, demons, and j

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In the Bahá'í Faith, Satan in the form of fallen angels, demons, and jinn, is regarded as an evil ego within humans, and it is not an evil personality outside.

A) is regarded as an evil ego within humans, and it is not
B) are regarded as evil egos within humans, and it is not
C) are regarded as an evil ego within a human, but not as
D) is regarded as an evil ego within humans, not as
E) is regarded as an evil ego within humans, but like

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Re: In the Bahá'í Faith, Satan in the form of fallen angels, demons, and j  [#permalink]

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Prepositional phrase, Satan Prepositional phrase is regarded as an evil ego within humans, and it is not an evil personality outside.

So we can ignore the prepositional phrases

A) Satan is regarded as an evil ego within humans, and it is not an evil personality outside.
Singular subject satan has singular verb agreement with is. Preposition it clearly links with satan and again is is in agreement. Seems fine

B) Satan are regarded as evil egos within humans, and it is not an evil personality outside
Subject and verb satan are are not in agreement: singular and plural.
A is a better

C) Satan are regarded as an evil ego within a human, but not as an evil personality outside
As above, A

D) Satan is regarded as an evil ego within humans, not as an evil personality outside
Same as option A except and it is not is replaced by the less wordy not as. Meaning is retained in both instances while clarity is maintained. Thus, the more concise answer is preferable. D

E) Satan is regarded as an evil ego within humans, but like an evil personality outside
This changes the meaning from the original intent: Satan is unlike outside evil personalities, but here it is like outside evil personalities. Also, there should be no 'but' here if it is saying they are the same, not a differing comparison

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