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# Legend has it that when the Mohawk Joseph Brnat was

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Legend has it that when the Mohawk Joseph Brnat was [#permalink]

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Legend has it that when the Mohawk Joseph Brnat was presented to
George III in 1776,he proudly refused to kiss the king's
hand,inasmuch as he regarded himself an ally, not a subject.
(A) as he regarded himself an ally,not
(B) that he regarded himself to be an ally rather than
(C) as he considered himself to be ally instead of
(D) that he considered himself to be ally instead of
(E) as he considered himself as an ally rather than

Please provide explanations too!
Thanks
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23 Aug 2003, 04:17
as... as
that leaves us with A, C, E... id go for A... you consider yourself to be an ally (i think)...
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:George III in 1776 [#permalink]

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05 Aug 2007, 11:18
Let's see if we could finish what praetorian123 started 4 years ago

Legend has it that when the Mohawk Joseph Brant was presented to George III in 1776, he proudly refused to kiss the Kings hand, inasmuch as he regarded himself an ally, not a subject.

A. as he regarded himself an ally, not

B. that he regarded himself to be an ally rather than

C. as he considered himself an ally, not

D. that he considered himself to be ally instead of

E. as he considered himself as an ally rather than[/u]

Can someone jump in with an explaination. Thanks
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05 Aug 2007, 11:26
(A) as he regarded himself an ally,not - regard as correct idiom
(B) that he regarded himself to be an ally rather than - rather than-here we are not dealing with an option..so rather out
C. as he considered himself an ally, not -CORRECT
(D) that he considered himself to be ally instead of - bad idiom
(E) as he considered himself as an ally rather than -bad idiom
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05 Aug 2007, 12:21
Yes also agreed with C. Pretty clear - only choice that uses the "consider" vs "regard as" idiom correctly.
05 Aug 2007, 12:21
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