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Riger Clayton has failed so miserably in no other game as had his perf

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Riger Clayton has failed so miserably in no other game as had his performance in New England’s first baseball game in 2003 when he conceded 10 home runs.

A. Riger Clayton has failed so miserably in no other game as had his performance
B. In no other game has Riger Clayton failed so miserably as did his performance
C. In no other game has Riger Clayton failed so miserably as his performance
D. Riger Clayton has failed so miserably in no other game as his performance
E. In no other game has Riger Clayton failed so miserably as
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New post 12 Mar 2019, 06:59
main intent of the sentence is : Failure in other games(no other game) is compared with the failure in New England’s first baseball game.

x as Y...parallelism is also key here,

in X as in Y

all of above need is full-filled in sentence E, Hence option is E the straightforward answer IMO.
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Please explain why C is not the correct one
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New post 24 Mar 2019, 00:49
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Please explain why C is not the correct one




C is not correct Because "Riger Clayton" is compared to "his performance"


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Re: Riger Clayton has failed so miserably in no other game as had his perf   [#permalink] 24 Mar 2019, 00:49
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