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B is fine

Comparing genes to pearls - a noun to a noun- so like is used properly.
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Agree with B and the fact that 'like' is required for noun comparison.
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This question was posted yesterday too. Anyways B for using "Like"
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New post 19 May 2006, 09:36
deowl wrote:
B is fine

Comparing genes to pearls - a noun to a noun- so like is used properly.


Correct.

OA is B.

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