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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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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


My answer is D

"Picture...as resembling" sounds redundant
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D it is.

"picture as" is correct. Eliminate B and C. "if they have any image..." suggests use of "would". D satisfies that.
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If....would.... unreal conditional.

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Why if they have is ok?
Because the author uses if they have, I think this sentence is not in unreal condition. Accordingly, would in D is not suitable.

My choice is C. Imagine someone to be sth is a correct phrase.
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I will go with C as well.

in D:
as is incorrectly used to compare two nouns:
William Randolph Hearst - and - the caricature portrayed..

most people today ,

today indicates present tense.
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Interesting. ..... :-D

I think the answer is D as well. we have unreal condition here.

If + have+.... would.... only D uses that structure.

but OA is A.

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=8871


Paul, Can you shed some light, why D is not the correct answer. we need the conditional rule here.
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Whats the source of Ques? is it from OG or GMAT Power prep? I dont find reliability over the answers. Can anyone explain why OA is A and not D??
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I am afraid considering every ‘if’ clause as subjunctive and add on the modal verb ‘would’ each time may mislead us. First, this is a simple conditional sentence; this is not a subjunctive sentence, which either speculates or implies impossibility. So normal rules of a conditional sentence will apply. So D is out.

Picturing is something more concrete than imagining. Therefore, C does not carry the same depth of intent as the text does. In addition, ‘imagine him to be like” is unnecessarily wordy.
B is wrong because ‘picturing him to resemble’ is wrong idiom.
E is gone because of the wrong phrase ‘ as being similar as’
I conclude A is the most appropriate
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