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North American cicadas always garner attention when they come above gr

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North American cicadas always garner attention when they come above ground at the end of their 17-year life cycle, but in no case were they as well studied as was their emergence during the 1920s, when the naturalist William T. Davis studied them in detail.


(A) was their emergence during the 1920s

(B) had their 1920s emergence

(C) in their emergence during the 1920s

(D) their emergence during the 1920s was

(E) their emergence during the 1920s

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North American cicadas always garner attention when they come above ground at the end of their 17-year life cycle, but in no case were they as well studied as was their emergence during the 1920s, when the naturalist William T. Davis studied them in detail.


was their emergence during the 1920s

had their 1920s emergence

in their emergence during the 1920s

their emergence during the 1920s was

their emergence during the 1920s

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Comparison between IN NO CASE and IN THEIR EMERGENCE DURING THE 1920s => Ans C
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correct answer seems C: in their emergence during the 1920s
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Explanation from the author

Creating a filter: the original question contains a comparison. To examine this comparison more closely, we can ignore the first portion of the sentence; then we have, "In no case were they as well studied as..." Logically, the construction is like, "X was as well studied as Y," where X equals "in no case." Y could equal something like, "in this case," "in every other case," or "in the 1920s," but it must start with the preposition "in" to be parallel.

Applying the filter: The correct answer is (C).
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