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One benefit of learning to speak a sophisticated language like Vietnamese while learning to read it rather than separately is that the student can more effective apply his or her knowledge in social settings.

A. ""
B. rather than independently
C. instead of separately
D. instead of as a separate process
E. rather than in a separate process
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E makes most sense...btw D & E...

what it conveys is that learning to speak while learning to read it, instead of as a seperate process of reading...is better...
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One benefit of learning to speak a sophisticated language like Vietnamese while learning to read it rather than separately is that the student can more effective apply his or her knowledge in social settings.

A. ""
B. rather than independently
C. instead of separately
D. instead of as a separate process
E. rather than in a separate process


Need to know we compare what to what
" learning ........read it" is a process, thus correct answer must contain the word " process" or sort of . E is fine coz it , anyway, uses "rather than" which is preferred in GMAT.

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This was very confusing for me. Finally came down to A and E.
Agree with others, E seems better.
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When is it better to use "instead of" vs "rather than"??
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New post 20 Oct 2005, 18:43
It was little confusing to me as well. But thought of nailing E.
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E. llism:

in social settings rather than in a separate process
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Great work gang!

OA is E.
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New post 20 Oct 2005, 21:05
rather than should be used since we are indicating a preference between choices.
C and D are out
A and B - awkward

E is the best choice.
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New post 21 Oct 2005, 01:51
noted !! independently is adverb as well as separately

instead of +noun ,
in place of +noun,
in lieu of + noun,
rather than ex I would rather go swimming than go to the library
ex I would watch TV rather see movies
ex I would live in town rather in the country.
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