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# Most people today, if they have any image at all of

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Most people today, if they have any image at all of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, picture him as resembling the caricature portrayed in Orson Welles' classic film Citizen Kane

A) picture him as resembling
B) picture him to resemble
C) imagine him to be like
D) would imagine him as
E) see him as being similar as
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27 May 2006, 13:59
Professor wrote:
Most people today, if they have any image at all of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, picture him as resembling the caricature portrayed in Orson Welles' classic film Citizen Kane

A) picture him as resembling
B) picture him to resemble
C) imagine him to be like
D) would imagine him as
E) see him as being similar as

C is the best answer. Here, the comparision is between William Randolf and the caricature portrayed in the film, therefore c seems to be the correct one.
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27 May 2006, 15:46
D and E are definitely out.

I think C is the best choice as you are comparing nouns.
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27 May 2006, 16:48
^ A ^

"to picture A as B" is the correct idiom. So B is out.

C) imagine him to be like ---> "to be like" sounds awkward
D) would imagine him as ---> if they have.., they would.. : WRONG
E) see him as being similar as ---> Definitely wrong.
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27 May 2006, 21:08
deowl wrote:
Nothing wrong with A

hey deowl,

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27 May 2006, 22:26
I saw this question before and got it wrong that time.
Here is the post if you wanna see the explaination by Paul :

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=8871
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28 May 2006, 18:43
A is the best choice. 'as resembling' is used to compare a likeness to the caricature in the film

The rest of the choices are either awkard or unidiomatic
28 May 2006, 18:43
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