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# It appears illogical to some people that West Germany, which

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It appears illogical to some people that West Germany, which bans such seeming lesser evils as lawn-mowing on Sundays, still has some 4,000 miles of highway with no speed limit.
(A) which bans such seeming lesser evils as
(B) which bans such seemingly lesser evils as
(C) which is banning such seeming lesser evils like
(D) banning such evils that seem lesser, for example
(E) banning such seeming lesser evils like

I am confused about whether to use "seeming" or "seemingly" . Between A and B.

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11 Oct 2004, 11:03
B would be my choice. 'seemingly' is and adverb and is apt here.

ex's.
1.the Patriot Act and other such seemingly unconstitutional pieces
2.Despite such seemingly incompatible ideology
3.hangs beneath a lure with such seemingly evil intent
4.I would have expected such seemingly radical viewpoints to be met

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11 Oct 2004, 12:03
venksune wrote:
B would be my choice. 'seemingly' is and adverb and is apt here.

ex's.
1.the Patriot Act and other such seemingly unconstitutional pieces
2.Despite such seemingly incompatible ideology
3.hangs beneath a lure with such seemingly evil intent
4.I would have expected such seemingly radical viewpoints to be met

Thanks Venksune. But wouldn't we need a VERB after or before ADVERB?

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