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# Never before in the history of music have musical superstars

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Never before in the history of music have musical superstars [#permalink]

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22 Jul 2003, 11:21
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Never before in the history of music have musical superstars been able to command so extraordinary fees of the kind they do today.

A. so extraordinary fees of the kind they do today
B. so extraordinary fees as they are today
C. such extraordinary fees as they do today
D. such extraordinary fees of the kind today's have
E. so extraordinary a fee of the kind they can today

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22 Jul 2003, 16:20
C??

One can command such high fees and not so high fees.

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22 Jul 2003, 18:45
C.

Such... as to.... is a correct idiom.

such a way as to .....

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22 Jul 2003, 23:08
stolyar wrote:
C is not parallel

have been able vs. do

Parallelism is OK here - C is the right answer. If you are comparing a past time period to today, eventually you will need to refer to the present somehow.

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14 Aug 2006, 23:53
We never got a definitive OA for this one, but I`m all for (C): correctly uses the "as" comparison structure.

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14 Aug 2006, 23:53
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