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# More than any other single element, the increase in art

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More than any other single element, the increase in art [#permalink]

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More than any other single element, the increase in art prices has been responsible for the wholesale theft, mutilation, and destruction of art everywhere in the world.

(A) More than any other single element, the increase in art prices has been responsible for
(B) More than any single element, the increase in art prices has caused
(C) More than any other element, the increase in art prices have been responsible for
(D) The increase in art prices, more than any single element, has been the reason
for
(E) An increase in the price of art works have been responsible, more than other elements, for

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Re: single element [#permalink]

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24 Jun 2009, 13:17
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I will say A.

B) I think the word "other" is needed and option B omits this
C) "the increase ... have been responsible" - Incorrect verb
D) Again, the word "other is omitted.
E) Again, incorrect verb.
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Re: single element [#permalink]

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26 Jun 2009, 13:16
B.

it reduces redundancies in the statement. "has been responsible for" = caused.

Not 100% sure...

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