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One of the most familiar plots used in todayтАЩs cinema is the one where the coward turns out to be a brave hero.


is the one where the coward turns out to be

is the one in which the coward turned out to be

in which the coward turns out to be

was the one where the coward turned out to be

is the one where the person seeming to be cowardly turns out to be

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MartinMag wrote:
How about A?



martin,

"where" cant be right...where signifies location.

try again

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New post 25 Sep 2003, 22:30
then B, but it is not perfect again, for it employs the past time COWARD TURNED OUT TO BE, but there are several indications on the present time: a today's cinema, is.

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New post 26 Sep 2003, 21:21
I shouldn't be trying to answer these questions so late an hour but, as Stoylar and ngulati did, my vote goes to B.


Hey stoylar your "Alas" word reminds me of "The Lord of the Rings" book. :war (It is used a lot in it)

Which is a good practice for RC by the way.

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MartinMag wrote:
I shouldn't be trying to answer these questions so late an hour but, as Stoylar and ngulati did, my vote goes to B.


Hey stoylar your "Alas" word reminds me of "The Lord of the Rings" book. :war (It is used a lot in it)

Which is a good practice for RC by the way.


PR says its C...I guess its a PR typo... C needs a "is" in front.

And the sentence requires present tense. But Alas :) , we are mere

mortals.

Martin, buy disclosed LSAT's for CR and RC..they are tougher than the

real thing, but as good as it gets.

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Hey Praet, are you sure C is correct? This doesn't seem ok:

"One of the most familiar plots used in todayтАЩs cinema in which the coward turns out to be a brave hero."

Sounds like the sentence should go on... doesn't it?


I regards to the LSAT material, do you think the free LSAT tests downloadable from their site are as god as the book you mention?

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MartinMag wrote:
Hey Praet, are you sure C is correct? This doesn't seem ok:

"One of the most familiar plots used in todayтАЩs cinema in which the coward turns out to be a brave hero."

Sounds like the sentence should go on... doesn't it?


I regards to the LSAT material, do you think the free LSAT tests downloadable from their site are as god as the book you mention?


I know C is not good...but as i said, it has to be must be PR's typo...PR is
very inconsistent ...their quality is sometimes good ..but sometimes they
have wrong answers.

With LSAT, i have not tried the online tests..but as you said ,the downloads are free..so it must be more like an introduction to the types of questions that ou can expect on the test.

Hope that helps
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I'll choose option (A) even though "where" is not properly used

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C is the best of the worst,but still C should refer back to the plot.This is not happening here though.
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B

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C is not a clause; it is a phrase.
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A,C , D and even E doesn't seem to be right. 'where' and in C, i think helping verb is missing.

IMO B.

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Praetorian wrote:
One of the most familiar plots used in todayтАЩs cinema is the one where the coward turns out to be a brave hero.


is the one where the coward turns out to be

is the one in which the coward turned out to be

in which the coward turns out to be

was the one where the coward turned out to be

is the one where the person seeming to be cowardly turns out to be



I vote for B.

in which should be used,

Though i am not sure about the verb "turned" i think if the option were "is the one in which the coward turns out to be " it would have been better.

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Praetorian wrote:
One of the most familiar plots used in todayтАЩs cinema is the one where the coward turns out to be a brave hero.


is the one where the coward turns out to be

is the one in which the coward turned out to be

in which the coward turns out to be

was the one where the coward turned out to be

is the one where the person seeming to be cowardly turns out to be



I vote for B.

in which should be used,

Though i am not sure about the verb "turned" i think if the option were "is the one in which the coward turns out to be " it would have been better.

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New post 09 Jul 2011, 22:47
The sentence begins with One of......used in today's cinema.... how can it be turned out to be? According to Me it should be A. Whats the OA? Explanations welcome.

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