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# SC4

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Director
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10 May 2010, 09:41
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Kudos [?]: 1104 [0], given: 33

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11 May 2010, 04:43
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It's C .

because we are comparing women working "in hungary" to others "in europe"..so the first choice would be A or C. We are not comapring women in europe to hungary. so B D E are ruled out.

Next, women cant take "which" it's inappropriate. So the ans is C .

Pls correct me if im wrong!!!!
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11 May 2010, 09:30
I understand the comparison part.....but i was very confused between C and D.....if D is wrong than the question that I have is that the sentence has...

......., an overwhelming proportion of women works,....

"proportion of women" is singular and so we need "works"?? can someone please comment on this....what am I missing here?

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Manager
Joined: 01 Oct 2010
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17 Feb 2011, 06:28
OA is C.

Good explanations here:
http://www.manhattangmat.com/forums/in- ... t5864.html
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Director
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Affiliations: University of Chicago Booth School of Business
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17 Feb 2011, 07:39
many of them > many of which
hence C

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17 Feb 2011, 08:39
C for me.

A is out for - out of which, - which is reffered to things not to people.
B is out for women works
C- correct .
D, E - in Hungary can not be "like muсh of Europe" it is nonsense.
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Senior Manager
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18 Feb 2011, 23:13
like is used to compare nouns.

As is used to compare clauses.

Having said that- im now confused!
something "in hungary" is compared to "much of eastern europe". Does that become a clause?

If so C is the obvious choice.

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Director
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28 Feb 2011, 07:10
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c is obvious as 'which' cant be used for women
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03 Mar 2011, 05:15
Picked C. All the other answers have several errors.

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Director
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21 Mar 2011, 08:04
the answer is C of course .
in x ...as in y is the right usage.
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