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# Like other healthcare workers, the insurance rates charged

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Like other healthcare workers, the insurance rates charged  [#permalink]

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10 Jul 2009, 18:03
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Like other healthcare workers, the insurance rates charged dentists have skyrocketed in recent years.

(A)
(B)LIke with other healthcare workers, insurance of dentists
(C)As with healthcare workers, dentists' insurance rates
(D) As with the insurance of other healthcare workers, dentists
(E)Like those charged other healthcare workers, dentists' insurance rates

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Re: SC: healthcare workers - weird one  [#permalink]

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10 Jul 2009, 18:46
(A)--->wrong as compares health workers with insurance rates
(B)LIke with other healthcare workers, insurance of dentists---->Ok as Like used to compare the rates....
(C)As with healthcare workers, dentists' insurance rates---->compares health workers with a phrase
(D) As with the insurance of other healthcare workers, dentists----->dentists with insurance rates
(E)Like those charged other healthcare workers, dentists' insurance rates ---->Bogus
Plz share OA...and source of this question
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Re: SC: healthcare workers - weird one  [#permalink]

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12 Jul 2009, 02:06
As vs Like - Like wins
C,D - out

A & E - wrong comparison.

B, by POE

I think "just" should be mentioned before like - whats the source?
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Re: Like other healthcare workers, the insurance rates charged  [#permalink]

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06 Jun 2016, 06:20
With like there will be no verb in the like Phrase and will generally give out similarity
With as there needs to be a verb phrase right next to it
Run the what is, Is is Similarity between two Nouns(People,The Work,The Properties,The Situation) or the effect shown in PPP
A iis wrong it compared The HCW to The Malpractice
B is wrong it compares something of the HCW to Malpractice
C As and doesnt have verb in the phrase or Someting with MCW the rates again wrong
D Malpractice Insurance Compared to Dentists
E COmpares :- Like(similar to) the insurance rates for other health care workers, the insurance rates of dentists have skyrocketed
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30 Sep 2017, 12:08
E seems best of the lot. Any expert opinions?
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01 Oct 2017, 09:54
prude_sb wrote:
Like other healthcare workers, the insurance rates charged dentists have skyrocketed in recent years.

(A)
(B)LIke with other healthcare workers, insurance of dentists
(C)As with healthcare workers, dentists' insurance rates
(D) As with the insurance of other healthcare workers, dentists
(E)Like those charged other healthcare workers, dentists' insurance rates

E looks best,,,,can any expert pitch in please,,
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Re: Like other healthcare workers, the insurance rates charged  [#permalink]

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04 Oct 2017, 01:06
mohshu wrote:
prude_sb wrote:
Like other healthcare workers, the insurance rates charged dentists have skyrocketed in recent years.

(A)
(B)LIke with other healthcare workers, insurance of dentists
(C)As with healthcare workers, dentists' insurance rates
(D) As with the insurance of other healthcare workers, dentists
(E)Like those charged other healthcare workers, dentists' insurance rates

E looks best,,,,can any expert pitch in please,,

B looks better than E

In E:
" Like those charged other healthcare workers" how does this sound correct? Something is missing after charged.

Even if it was " Like those charged FOR other health care workers ".. it might still have been correct

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