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# SC 885SC 123

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Sorry for bombarding you guys so many questions. I have just started to do first few questions, but found that many are so tricky. Do you think those will be representative for GMAT questions?

Here is the last one for today

Degler does more than merely summarizing existing research; he constructs a coherent picture of two centuries of studies dealing with the changing roles of women.
(A) Degler does more than merely summarizing
(B) Deglerâ€™s study is more than a mere summarizing of
(C) Degler has done more than a mere summarizing of
(D) Deglerâ€™s study has done more than summarize merely
(E) Degler does more than merely summarize
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16 Nov 2004, 03:41
Hey there

thanks for your participation, but please do not to post so many questions at a time. Think of the members who posted yesterday. Who will reply to their questions?

I will move most of your posts to an admin forum and release them slowly. Sorry for the inconvenience, but i hope you will understand.

While moving your posts, i saw that some of the questions you posted have been discussed here. So it would be helpful if you can run a search and study the discussion and post in that thread if you have a question.

Hope this helps:)

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16 Nov 2004, 06:15
'B' & 'D' - Since the non-underlined part contains 'he', the underlined part should refer to "Degler" and not "Degler's"
'A' & 'C' - the usage should be 'summarize' and not 'summarizing'
'E' - sounds good to me
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16 Nov 2004, 09:48
E sounds good to me

Please do post as many questions as you can. More the merry.

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16 Nov 2004, 11:38
wunderbar03 wrote:
Degler does more than merely summarizing existing research; he constructs a coherent picture of two centuries of studies dealing with the changing roles of women.
(A) Degler does more than merely summarizing
(B) Deglerâ€™s study is more than a mere summarizing of
(C) Degler has done more than a mere summarizing of
(D) Deglerâ€™s study has done more than summarize merely
(E) Degler does more than merely summarize

E seems to be right. It follows the syntax (or whatever u call it!)of the following sentence 'he constructs...' (Parallelism)

What is the OA?

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16 Nov 2004, 11:49
I could not find anythign wrong with A.
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18 Nov 2004, 07:27
Hi Praetorian,

Hey, you know what you are doing, you did take me farther away from reaching Challenge, what I would do with next dozens puzzles

Sorry you guys, I had one day free and so many unclear questions that need your assistance.

Anyway, OA is E
18 Nov 2004, 07:27
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