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Like many arid regions, Ariba must import many of its fruits and ve

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Like many arid regions, Ariba must import many of its fruits and vegetables from neighboring lands.

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C As have
D As did
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Like many arid regions, Ariba must import many of its fruits and vegetables from neighboring lands.

A Like - compares noun correct.
B Just like - wordy
C As have - as compare clause - wrong
D As did - same as c.

E Just as with - incorrect.

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though i selected the correct ans I need some help to eliminate option D. And if we need to make this correct with "As" is "As do" will be correct (just for my knowledge, I know this is not listed in any ans option)
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Like many arid regions, Ariba must import many of its fruits and vegetables from neighboring lands.

A Like
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C As have
D As did
E Just as with


Like is a preposition, used before a noun or pronoun, to say that two things are similar, hence correct answer must be (A) comparing arid regions with Ariba...

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though i selected the correct ans I need some help to eliminate option D. And if we need to make this correct with "As" is "As do" will be correct (just for my knowledge, I know this is not listed in any ans option)


You need to use the verb, when using "as". Howevere in this case "as do" is not correct, because the verb is "must import" (not just "import"), You cannot replace "must" with "do". So the correct sentence would be:
Ariba must import many of its fruits and vegetables from neighboring lands, as must many arid regions.

However in absence of "must", the following would be correct:
Ariba imports many of its fruits and vegetables from neighboring lands, as do many arid regions.
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Like many arid regions, Ariba must import many of its fruits and vegetables from neighboring lands.

A Like
B Just like
C As have
D As did
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+1 to (A).

"Like" is correctly used to compare nouns.
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New post 15 Mar 2018, 11:03
Just like has more words than Like -> D is wrong.
As do + noun = as noun + do
we need must to keep the parallel
Only A is correct
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