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# Like the 1890s Populists who exalted the rural myth,) so

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(Like the 1890s Populists who exalted the rural myth,) so urban leaders of the 1990s are trying to glorify the urban myth.
(A) Like the 1890s Populists who exalted the rural myth,
(B) Just as the Populists of the 1890s exalted the rural myth,
(C) The Populists of the 1890s having exalted the rural myth,
(D) Just like the rural myth was exalted by the Populists of the 1890s
(E) Populists of the 1890s were exalting the rural myth, and

PLEASE provide some explanation!
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25 Nov 2004, 15:53
Tough one.

B looks ok to me.

Will try to come up with an explanation if I got it right.

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25 Nov 2004, 16:06
(E) looks correct to me.
It make the sentences parallel by using "were exalting" and "are trying". Also, "and" is better conjunction.

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25 Nov 2004, 22:38
B is the Answer. This question Tests on Idioms

Just as X ,So Y-----------> Correct Idiom.

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25 Nov 2004, 23:20
"Just as... so too" is the correct idiom... The 'too' is missing in the question stem. The OA is B..can we have some explanations here? [/u]
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26 Nov 2004, 01:40
Well Ruhi no Offenece to you but I am 100% sure that Just as X...So Y is correct.

Just X ...So too Y is also an correct idiom. Honestly I don't know the difference but if you go n check OG (I don't remember the Question in OG but will find it and post it soon) You will find that both the idioms are correct.

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26 Nov 2004, 10:12
Saurabh, I didnt know that "just as..so" is also an idiom I always thought its only "just as..so too"
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26 Nov 2004, 16:27
One more for B, based on the idiom.
Both Idioms are correct :
Just as X ,So Y
Just as... so too

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29 Nov 2004, 12:45
B .....

Just as so....idiomatic...

Populist and urban leaders are key for comparison.......

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29 Nov 2004, 12:59
If you have the Kaplan 2004 book with CD(or not), check an exact replica example at page 273 in the paper based practice test.
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01 Dec 2004, 07:15
Paul wrote:
If you have the Kaplan 2004 book with CD(or not), check an exact replica example at page 273 in the paper based practice test.

I like that style Paul. It makes it crystal clear now.

Yes, Just as...so is the idiom that is being tested
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