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Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.
B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.
C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.
D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.
E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.

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"Keep its temperatures in a narrow range" is not necessarily wrong, but "keep . . . to" also works, so that's not a problem. However, notice that all four of the incorrect answers can be eliminated for their use of "ability of." The correct idiom is "ability to."
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Like Mr. X and Mr. Y, you will write in gmat club forum.
This will write is not only attributed to "you"; it (will write) is also attributed to Mr X. and Mr. Y
So, will write MUST be matched with Mr. X and Mr. Y, otherwise the sentence will be faulty construction.
The verb report MUST be matched with "humans and other warm-blooded animals". Do, do you think that the verb report goes with "warm-blooded animals"? Is it possible to report by "warm-blooded animals". How "warm-blooded animals" report in real life?



Are you saying sentence is incorrect because Animals do not possess the ability to report ?


As mentioned earlier, you approach to tackle this sentence is incorrect
Yes, Researchers modifying Human and animals is incorrect ...but not for the reason you are assuming
Like X and Y, researchers report that Z has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range. -- here also Researchers modifying X n Y is incorrect ...Intent is to compare X and Y to Z not Researchers ...not Reports .... not X's or Y's ability to report

I hope you understand the flaw in the below sentence:
Like Men and Women, researchers report that mice has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

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Yes, Researchers modifying Human and animals is incorrect ...but not for the reason you are assuming

"Researchers" doesn't modify anything here. I did not assume anything in my comment.

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Like X and Y, researchers report that Z has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range....Intent is to compare X and Y to Z not Researchers

Yes, if x, y, z indicate "human", "warm-blooded animals", and "lotus" respectively (according to correct choice D).
But, according to choice A---> "x and y" is going to be compared with "researchers", here.
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Like Men and Women, researchers report that mice has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

Do you think that this sentence is wrong (apart from official question; on the basis of "comparison part")?

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Are you saying sentence is incorrect because Animals do not possess the ability to report ?

--> Yes and No both. I just want to say that you can easily cross out choice A by seeing the word report, which doesn't match with "warm-blooded animals" (Animals do not possess the ability to report). That's it. You can cross one choice by several way. I just used one way in my above explanation.
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A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

--> In this choice, the author mistakenly compare "humans and other warm-blooded animals" with "researchers". So, you can cross it this way.
--> Another way: the word report doesn't go with "warm-blooded animals". So, you can cross it by this way, too.
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D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.

--> This is the correct choice. Here the whole thing is compare between "lotus " job and "humans and other warm-blooded animals" job.
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Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.
[ incorrect use of like ]
B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.
[ change of meaning ;"narrow range" in improper place ]
C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.
[ ability of keeping.... as humans ; incorrect use "ability of" ]
D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.
[ ability to keep ... as do ; correct use of do and ability to ]
E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.
[ incorrect use of as ]

D is the right answer
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This is how I solved this 1 in 30 seconds! :-D D Wins!

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Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.
B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do. Meaning is distorted. Sentence means that only within a given range, the lotus and humans have the ability to keep .....
C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.
D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.
E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.

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Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.

C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.

D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.

E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.
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A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.
>> X = humans and other warm-blooded animals and Y = researchers, are compared. Nonsensical.
B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature likehumans and other warm-blooded animals do.
>> like is used to compare nouns, not clauses.
C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.
>> ...lotus has...ability....as humans......can => parallelism issue. Also, 'of keeping' is wrong here, better is 'to keep' (VAN rule)
D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.
>> X, as Y => correct idiom
E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.
>> sentence stating researchers, like humans and other warm-blooded animals, can ..... (nonsensical)
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Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.

C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.

D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.

E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.


This questions fundamentally tests 'as' vs 'like' comparison concept.
(A) WRONG because 'researchers' follow 'Like humans and other warm-blooded animals' .
(B) WRONG because 'like' is followed by clause. Also, 'within a narrow range' i snot positioned correctly.
(C) WRONG because 'ability of' is unidiomatic
(D) Correct.
(E) Same comparison error as in (A)
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Hello.

In Option D:
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its temperatures to a narrow range,

or
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its temperatures in a narrow range,


Please suggest. Rest of the explanations are crystal clear. :)
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Hello.

In Option D:
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its temperatures to a narrow range,

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its temperatures in a narrow range,


Please suggest. Rest of the explanations are crystal clear. :)


Temperatures to a narrow range is correct.. hope it helps .. :)
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"Keep its temperatures in a narrow range" is not necessarily wrong, but "keep . . . to" also works, so that's not a problem. However, notice that all four of the incorrect answers can be eliminated for their use of "ability of." The correct idiom is "ability to."


Only A, C and D can be negated by using the idiom ABILITY TO.

Option B has error of the usage of like following a clause.

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Hi sivasanjeev,

Thank you for your question. Since the entire sentence is underlined, let's go through each answer on its own to figure out what the problems are:

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

The problem with A is that the modifier is placed next to "researchers," suggesting that the researchers are "like humans and other warm-blooded animals," which is ridiculous. This isn't true - the modifier is supposed to apply to "the lotus." Therefore, this is INCORRECT.

B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.

This phrase "within a narrow range" applies to the temperature, NOT the research or the lotus. Therefore, we have another misplaced modifier which makes this INCORRECT.

C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.

This one is close to correct, but uses the wrong idiom "ability of" instead of "ability to." Therefore, it is INCORRECT.

D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.

This answer is CORRECT because all modifiers are placed correctly with their antecedent, and there are no idiomatic problems.

E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.

This answer is INCORRECT for the same reason as answer A - the misplaced modifier suggests the researchers are not human or warm-blooded animals (which is untrue and ridiculous). It also uses the wrong idiom "ability of" instead of "ability to."
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Though I got the correct answer (D)

Why is (D) written as " ...... as do humans and other warm-blooded animals" and not "...... as humans and other warm-blooded animals do"?



Here's an OG question on a similar concept and the answer is (B)

More than 30 years ago, Dr. Barbara McClintock, the Nobel Prize winner, reported that genes can "jump," as pearls moving mysteriously from one necklace to another.

(B) like pearls moving mysteriously from one necklace to another
(C) as pearls do that move mysteriously from one necklace to others
(E) as do pearls that move mysteriously from one necklace to some other
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A quick way would be to know ability of vs ability to

Ability of is incorrect.

A,C,E are out.

Like is not followed by a verb when used for comparison, hence B is incorrect.

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B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.

IMO use of like here is right as like is followed by a clause. Ability of lotus is compares with the same ability of humans and other warm blooded animals. This option is wrong because of meaning change with the wrong placement of " within a narrow range"

Experts, plz clarify my understanding on the use of like in the option.
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"Keep its temperatures in a narrow range" is not necessarily wrong, but "keep . . . to" also works, so that's not a problem. However, notice that all fourof the incorrect answers can be eliminated for their use of "ability of." The correct idiom is "ability to."


But, Option B has an "ability to" present in it.

Are we not removing B because lotus has an ability to keep temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.

It should be "as" rather than a "like" to compare actions.

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Experts... egmat GMATNinja EMPOWERgmatVerbal MartyTargetTestPrep is it correct to eliminate A,C,D solely on the basis I've highlighted below?

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.
C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.
D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.
Must be either plural "lotuses have" or "the lotus has" but NOT "lotus has" without the article. If singular, must be "its temperature" instead of "its temperatures." Also errors in the comparisons "like/as."


B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.
"like" used incorrectly to compare actions instead of "as"
"to keep its temperature" is nonsensical, it needs a description like "keep its temperature stable"


E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.
Correct SV Agreement and use of "as" comparison.
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Experts ... is it correct to eliminate A,C,D solely on the basis I've highlighted below?

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

The modifier issue is clearly an issue. "lotus has" could be OK. "it's temperatures" is probably wrong, but is not a strong decision point.

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C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.

The decision points that you have highlighted are not that strong.

A stronger decision point in that version is "lotus has ... as humans ... can." "has" and "can" do not work together logically.

Also, "has the remarkable ability of keeping" does not make sense.

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D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.
Must be either plural "lotuses have" or "the lotus has" but NOT "lotus has" without the article. If singular, must be "its temperature" instead of "its temperatures." Also errors in the comparisons "like/as."

This answer is correct. So, those weak decision points got you into trouble.

The "as' construction is correct. "As" is used in comparing clauses. "lotus has ... as do humans" or "lotus has as humans have" or "lotus has as humans do."

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B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.
"like" used incorrectly to compare actions instead of "as"
"to keep its temperature" is nonsensical, it needs a description like "keep its temperature stable"

Those are strong decision points.

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E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.
Correct SV Agreement and use of "as" comparison.

Don't let the correct SV agreement and correct use of "as" fool you. "As humans ... can ... the lotus has" is illogical.
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Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.
B. Researchers report that within a narrow range, the lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperature like humans and other warm-blooded animals do.
C. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures to a narrow range, as humans and other warm-blooded animals can.
D. Researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability to keep its temperatures to a narrow range, as do humans and other warm-blooded animals.
E. As humans and other warm-blooded animals can, researchers report that the lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperature in a narrow range.


look at choice C.
"can" in choice C is wrong because there is no "can" or "could" in the preceding clause.
I want to repeat what Ron said

if there is a form of to be in the second clause, the preceding clause need a form of to be
if there is did, do in the second clause, the preceding clause need an action verb
if there is a helping verb in the second clause, the preceding clause need the same helping verb ,which possibly in different tenses.
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A. Like humans and other warm-blooded animals, researchers report that lotus has the remarkable ability of keeping its temperatures in a narrow range.

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How do "warm-blooded animals" report? "warm-blooded animals" are not human-being. did you notice it?
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