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Many critics reproved the curator's bold decision to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement.

A. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement
B. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than by art movement
C. to organize the exhibit according to chronological order rather than according to art movement
D. that organized the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement
E. that organized the exhibit by chronological order rather than by art movement

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Many critics reproved the curator's bold decision to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement.

A. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement
B. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than by art movement
C. to organize the exhibit according to chronological order rather than according to art movement
D. that organized the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement
E. that organized the exhibit by chronological order rather than by art movement


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C is my choice


A is out, because idiom is X rather than Y, where X and Y should be parallel, in chronological order rather than art movement - odd, since cronological order is not parallel with art movement.
B. is out because in chronological order rather than by art... , in ... and by.... - are not parallel
C. seems ok for me, its a bit awkward, but it is the best choice, (I would say "to organize the exhibit in chronological rather than [in - i am not sure here] art movement order".
D and E are out, because it comes that DECISION organized the exhibit, however it is assumed that curator did this.

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Many critics reproved the curator's bold decision to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement.

A. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement
B. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than by art movement
C. to organize the exhibit according to chronological order rather than according to art movement
D. that organized the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement
E. that organized the exhibit by chronological order rather than by art movement


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C is my choice


A is out, because idiom is X rather than Y, where X and Y should be parallel, in chronological order rather than art movement - odd, since cronological order is not parallel with art movement.
B. is out because in chronological order rather than by art... , in ... and by.... - are not parallel
C. seems ok for me, its a bit awkward, but it is the best choice, (I would say "to organize the exhibit in chronological rather than [in - i am not sure here] art movement order".
D and E are out, because it comes that DECISION organized the exhibit, however it is assumed that curator did this.

gimme kudos )) :)


C, as explained by Pkit.

@Pkit : In C, We don't need art movement order..!!. "rather according to art movements" is OK

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dixitraghav wrote:
Many critics reproved the curator's bold decision to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement.

A. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement
B. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than by art movement
C. to organize the exhibit according to chronological order rather than according to art movement
D. that organized the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement
E. that organized the exhibit by chronological order rather than by art movement


Dear dixitraghav,
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C is my choice


A is out, because idiom is X rather than Y, where X and Y should be parallel, in chronological order rather than art movement - odd, since cronological order is not parallel with art movement.
B. is out because in chronological order rather than by art... , in ... and by.... - are not parallel
C. seems ok for me, its a bit awkward, but it is the best choice, (I would say "to organize the exhibit in chronological rather than [in - i am not sure here] art movement order".
D and E are out, because it comes that DECISION organized the exhibit, however it is assumed that curator did this.

gimme kudos )) :)


C, as explained by Pkit.

@Pkit : In C, We don't need art movement order..!!. "rather according to art movements" is OK

I am afraid the OA is not C

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I am afraid the OA is not C


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My pick is (B)

I think C is wordy.

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OA ia C , can somebody explain this?

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OA ia C , can somebody explain this?


In your earlier post.. you said C is not OA.
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B seems to be the right answer as is also discussed at the forums in beatthegmat.

order in chronological is the right idiom
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B seems to be the right answer. What is OA

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the parallelism here is exhibit 'in chronological order'....rather than..[exhibit (implied)] by art movement

B is the best choice. C is wordy.

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the parallelism here is exhibit 'in chronological order'....rather than..[exhibit (implied)] by art movement

B is the best choice. C is wordy.



What is the correct OA for this ?

If C is wrong then why ?

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New post 24 May 2010, 23:51
I'll go with B
the idiom X rather than Y.
X is chronological order, and the preposition is "in"
Y is art movement, and the preposition is "by" because you dont say "in art movement"
hence they are parallel
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I would go for B for the reasons already mentioned.
And actually according to beatthegmat the OA is B

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It is not clear for me if the OA is B or C?

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Can we please put OA and not play around here?

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Could someone please post the OA? IMO, it is "C" since "b" does not conform to the rules of parallelism.

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New post 27 May 2010, 07:43
The correct answer is B. I fouund this question in beatthegmat forum. The explanation in that forum is as follows:
B is the correct choice.

A. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement - Eliminate. Looks like the curator decided to do art movement.
B. to organize the exhibit in chronological order rather than by art movement - Correct by POE
C. to organize the exhibit according to chronological order rather than according to art movement - Eliminate."according to chronological" is wrong. The idiom is "in chronological order"
D. that organized the exhibit in chronological order rather than art movement - Eliminate. "that" suggests that decision organized the exhibitE. that organized the exhibit by chronological order rather than by art movement. Eliminate. "that" suggests that decision organized the exhibit .

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