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Owing to its aftermath over the following centuries, many historians

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Owing to its aftermath over the following centuries, many historians regard the American Revolution as the most significant event of the eighteenth century.

A. regard the American Revolution as
B. regard the American Revolution to be
C. regard that the American Revolution was
D. consider the American Revolution as
E. consider the American Revolution to be

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B (regard... to be) would be the appropriate form of sentence construction.

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regard as is the correct idiom. Choice A.
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should be A
idioim regard as is correct and used correctly A is correct

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Narrowed down between regard - as and considered - as.
Selected the wrong one. Man, I have to work more on idioms :/
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Owing to its aftermath over the following centuries, many historians regard the American Revolution as the most significant event of the eighteenth century.

"Regard as" is a correct idiom.

On GMAT "consider" is not followed by "as" or "to be".



A. regard the American Revolution as

B. regard the American Revolution to be

C. regard that the American Revolution was

D. consider the American Revolution as

E. consider the American Revolution to be
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Owing to its aftermath over the following centuries, many historians regard the American Revolution as the most significant event of the eighteenth century.

A. regard the American Revolution as
B. regard the American Revolution to be
C. regard that the American Revolution was
D. consider the American Revolution as
E. consider the American Revolution to be

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A. Correct. "regard...as" is the idiomatic expression.
B. "regard...to be" is unidiomatic.
C. "regard that" is unidiomatic.
D. "consider...as" is unidiomatic.
E. "consider...to be" is unidiomatic.
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Basic SC question :)

Idiom ''regard as'', not ''regard to be''.

Idiom '' consider'', not ''consider as'' or ''consider to be''.

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What's the correct idiom form for 'consider'?
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What's the correct idiom form for 'consider'?



''consider'' takes no suffix.

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The historians consider the American revolution the most significant event.
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A. regard the American Revolution as - correct idiom
B. regard the American Revolution to be - incorrect idiom
C. regard that the American Revolution was - sentence is in present tense
D. consider the American Revolution as - incorrect idiom
E. consider the American Revolution to be - incorrect idiom
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