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Hi all,

Please take a look on the attached SC problem. It's from Manhattan SC - Style.
I think the correct part is still missing on parallelism. I think the correct part should be -

are often more sensitive to the tase of choclate and the smell of tune fish.

Can someone check this correctness?
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Yes you are right

the before smell is required in this context. As mentioned the word smell can be either a noun or verb, it is especially important to maintain parallel structure in this sentence.
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ok im a bit confused ...is the underlined one the question and the bold one the solution to the original question ? ?
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New post 15 Jun 2010, 11:37
Hi all, this question is not a Manhattan GMAT question (the tag on this thread is incorrect).

Please be aware in general that .pdf and other documents that are not purchased directly from a company or publisher may not come from the stated source. In this case, we have checked our records, and it is definitely not one of ours.

There is another, completely unrelated company with "Manhattan" in it's name, so there is a possibility that it is the source of the material you are using.
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