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Recent studies have shown that there are now one teacher for every thirty-one students in California's elementary schools, not nearly as many than there were even five years ago.

(A) there are now one teacher for every thirty-one students in California's elementary schools, not nearly as many than there were
(B) there are now one teacher for every thirty-one students in California's elementary schools, not nearly as many as there were
(C) there is now one teacher for every thirty-one students in California's elementary schools, not nearly as many than there was
(D) there is now one teacher for every thirty-one students in California's elementary schools, but that ratio is much lower than
(E) there is now one teacher for every thirty-one students in California's elementary schools, not nearly as many as there were

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Ans: E

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OA is E (from Kaplan)

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Is 'there were' in E in accordance with Subject-Verb rule?

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E is perfect/

"one teacher" is singular.

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Pretty straight forward........

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