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Most Corporations pay at least twice as much to full-time

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Most Corporations pay at least twice as much to full-time employees, if the value of benefits, sick days, and paid vacation days are included in earnings, than to part-time employees, whose hourly wages are often higher than those of their full-time colleagues.

(A) are included in earnings, than
(B) are included in earnings, as
(C) is included in earnings, as
(D) is included in earnings, as is paid
(E) is included in earnings, as they pay

I have made some modification to the original. Just to confuse you guys a little more. :wink:

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value of is singular and the correct formation is as...as... B is the clear trap answer here.

(E)

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GMATT73 wrote:
value of is singular and the correct formation is as...as... B is the clear trap answer here.

(E)


agreed E. hey buddy long time no see.... :cool

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Agree compltely with E....
Can someone plz explain the error in C...

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What's wrong with D? :roll:

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New post 16 Apr 2006, 07:40
Well the OA is E. Anybody why C is wrong?

I have seen two types of usage for 'as'.

1. It means as much to X as it does to Y.

2. It means as much to X as to Y.

Which one is preferrable? Though I do remember seeing example of second type. Pls share your thoughts.

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I am for C.
Can someone explain why E is better than C?

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^ E ^

Most Corporations pay at least twice as much to full-time employees, if the value of benefits, sick days, and paid vacation days is included in earnings, as they pay to part-time employees, whose hourly wages are often higher than those of their full-time colleagues.


We need "they pay" here.

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^ E ^

Most Corporations pay at least twice as much to full-time employees, if the value of benefits, sick days, and paid vacation days is included in earnings, as they pay to part-time employees, whose hourly wages are often higher than those of their full-time colleagues.


We need "they pay" here.


Why do you need 'they pay' here? Pls explain as I am not v. clear about this.

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New post 17 Apr 2006, 02:34
vipin7um wrote:
selene wrote:
^ E ^

Most Corporations pay at least twice as much to full-time employees, if the value of benefits, sick days, and paid vacation days is included in earnings, as they pay to part-time employees, whose hourly wages are often higher than those of their full-time colleagues.


We need "they pay" here.


Why do you need 'they pay' here? Pls explain as I am not v. clear about this.

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The comparison is made between the action of paying to full timers and part timers. So if you say "they pay at least twice as much to full-time employees as to part-time employees", the comparison becomes defected.

Just another example:

I eat twice as much as she does or she eats.
not I eat as twice as much as she.

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