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Most of the country’s biggest daily newspapers had lower circulation

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above similar sentence from og. it is good to practice "that" and no "that"
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New post 09 Mar 2019, 15:48
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Just a quick question


I read your post of 03/2018, and I have a doubt between D and C, as non-native in English.

I don't understand why is a waste of words to repeat "circulation". I have learned that Gmat prefers parallelism, and in many exercises I have found that is necessary to repeat the noun in order to make the sentence "parallel". As "that" in D is so much separated of the word "circulation", I understand that the word "that" is necessary.



Could you provide an explanation "conceptual" of parallelism (such as a "rule" to distinguish when is a "waste of words" and when is necessary to repeat the noun), please?


Thank you
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