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Like other educators who prefer to substitute anthologies of short stories or collections of popular essays [u]to dull â€œbasal readers,â€

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21 Dec 2004, 08:48
Pick A.

D & E compare educators with Burton's emphasis.
In B, it should be "enjoyING" not "enjoy"
In C, I think "that" is not necessary.

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21 Dec 2004, 19:43
I don't agree with any of the answers. I guess something is missing ot something is wrong. As Gayathri pointed out that D, E are wrong because of faulty comparision.

I will say the correct idiom is "substitue X for Y" not "substitute x to y".

B should have "enjoying".

So I am not going for any option.

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21 Dec 2004, 23:51
The OA is B. This question is from GMAT885SC and I posted this here as Idid not get this one.

Can somebody explain why B is the answer?
If the OA is wrong, kindly explain if any of the other choices make sense?

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22 Dec 2004, 00:00
Hi as I mentioned in my above post. B seems to be the nearest one but should have "ENJOYING" other than that option B is perfectly fine. So i guess must have some Typo or something.

I Hope that helps.

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Re: SC - Ms.Burton [#permalink]

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14 Aug 2007, 08:05
nocilis wrote:
Like other educators who prefer to substitute anthologies of short stories or collections of popular essays to dull "basal readers," Ms. Burton emphasizes how important it is to enjoy good literature.
(A) to dull "basal readers," Ms. Burton emphasizes how important it is to enjoy
(B) for dull "basal readers," Ms. Burton emphasizes the importance of enjoy
(C) to dull â€œbasal readers, Ms. Burton emphasizes that it is important to enjoy
(D) for dull "basal readers," Ms. Burton's emphasis is that it is important to enjoy
(E) to dull "basal readers," Ms. Burton's emphasis is on the importance of enjoying

Please provide reasons for selecting an answer choice and rejecing other answer choices

substitute x for y
BD remain

D has wrong comparison

B

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14 Aug 2007, 09:52
Straight B. substitute X for Y (not substitute X to Y, wrong). D has a S/V disagreement.

Type it clearer next time please, thanks. I couldn't understand what it was asking at first.

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Re: SC - Ms.Burton [#permalink]

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17 Aug 2007, 09:53
nocilis wrote:
Like other educators who prefer to substitute anthologies of short stories or collections of popular essays to dull “basal readers,” Ms. Burton emphasizes how important it is to enjoy good literature.
(A) to dull “basal readers,” Ms. Burton emphasizes how important it is to enjoy
(B) for dull “basal readers,” Ms. Burton emphasizes the importance of enjoying
(C) to dull “basal readers,” Ms. Burton emphasizes that it is important to enjoy
(D) for dull “basal readers,” Ms. Burton’s emphasis is that it is important to enjoy
(E) to dull “basal readers,” Ms. Burton’s emphasis is on the importance of enjoying

Please provide reasons for selecting an answer choice and rejecing other answer choices

B. we need for, so B and D remains. D has possesive noun so its out.
So B remains to win the race.

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17 Aug 2007, 09:55
I'll go with B assuming this was a typo

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emphasizes the importance of enjoy

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