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# SC --- 17 U.S. nuclear attack

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17. As U.S. nuclear attack submarines prowl their familiar haunts deep within the oceans of the world these days, they increasingly are engaged in missions far different from the tasks for which they were built and for which their crews were trained over the last forty years.

(A) they increasingly are engaged in missions far different from the tasks for which they were built
(B) the missions they increasingly engage in are far different than the tasks they were built for
(C) they engage increasingly in missions that differ significantly from the tasks they were built for
(D) the missions they engage in are increasingly different than the tasks for which they were built
x(E) they increasingly engage in missions far different than the tasks for which they were built

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25 Jul 2006, 01:13
mailtheguru wrote:
17. As U.S. nuclear attack submarines prowl their familiar haunts deep within the oceans of the world these days, they increasingly are engaged in missions far different from the tasks for which they were built and for which their crews were trained over the last forty years.

(A) they increasingly are engaged in missions far different from the tasks for which they were built
(B) the missions they increasingly engage in are far different than the tasks they were built for
(C) they engage increasingly in missions that differ significantly from the tasks they were built for
(D) the missions they engage in are increasingly different than the tasks for which they were built
x(E) they increasingly engage in missions far different than the tasks for which they were built

Should be A....

B,D,E are wrong bcos they use different than... Correct Idiom is different from

C lacks parallelism ... tasks for x and y should be used as in A....

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25 Jul 2006, 01:30
mailtheguru wrote:
17. As U.S. nuclear attack submarines prowl their familiar haunts deep within the oceans of the world these days, they increasingly are engaged in missions far different from the tasks for which they were built and for which their crews were trained over the last forty years.

(A) they increasingly are engaged in missions far different from the tasks for which they were built
(B) the missions they increasingly engage in are far different than the tasks they were built for
(C) they engage increasingly in missions that differ significantly from the tasks they were built for
(D) the missions they engage in are increasingly different than the tasks for which they were built
x(E) they increasingly engage in missions far different than the tasks for which they were built

to differ ... from is the correct idiom, so it leaves us with A and C.
A is ||, C is not. I'm not too hot on A's use of 'they increasingly are engaged'....will go with A, since C is clearly not ||

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25 Jul 2006, 04:13
A looks more concise we need the use of they that in this case is clear and use the right idiom different from
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25 Jul 2006, 06:37
A. for two things: idiom and llism.

the correct idiom: "different from". this eliminates B, D and E.
llism: for which x and for which y. this eliminates C.

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25 Jul 2006, 07:47
A is the right one.

different from - proper idiom

|| for which shows in A , D and E.

D and E lacks in poor idiom.

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25 Jul 2006, 08:09
OA is A.

I was thrown off by "increasingly are engaged"

But the most imp thing is the idiom,

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