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what is wrong with A? Could anyone please explain?
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Folaa3 wrote:
what is wrong with A? Could anyone please explain?


Agree with D.

as for A - "could rival it in" scale or magnificence would have been OK not the current construction.

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What is the difference in B and D.

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OA is A.
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I would pick A

only A and D sound somewhat correct...
my final decision was made because A is simpler and uses less words
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New post 05 Jun 2005, 21:59
Little late to this one, but my first impulse is that (A) sounds simple, clear, & direct, no problems.

Looking further at "rival" for any idiom problems, I'm sure that's a common usage, and I can't find any "rule" that frowns on "rival ... for". In fact if you look at the usage samples at dictionary.com, there are a couple of examples using "rival x for y"
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