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Hi,

Can you please help me with the following question:

Scientist and artist Leonardo Da Vinci was, and always will be considered by many, as a singular figure among those whose scientific, artistic, and other cultural contributions defined the Renaissance period of European history.

A. was, and always will be considered by many, as

B. was and always will be considered by many as being

C. was, and always will be by many, considered

D. was, and always will be considered by many as,

E. was considered by many and always will be by many

Originally posted by RichaKhanna on 02 Jul 2015, 00:57.
Last edited by carcass on 02 Jul 2015, 04:42, edited 1 time in total.
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RichaKhanna wrote:
Hi,

Can you please help me with the following question:

Scientist and artist Leonardo Da Vinci
was, and always will be considered by
many, as
a singular figure among those
whose scientific, artistic, and other
cultural contributions defined the Renaissance
period of European history.
A. was, and always will be considered by
many, as
B. was and always will be considered by
many as being
C. was, and always will be by many,
considered
D. was, and always will be considered by
many as,
E. was considered by many and always
will be by many


hi,
you are requested to provide answer too..
the question tests on idiom considered ...
the correct idiom is 'considered x Y.. and not considered x as Y..
only C and E are left..
constr of C is better..
ans C
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The Answer is (D)
This question is from Petersons GMAT Toolkit
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RichaKhanna wrote:
The Answer is (D)
This question is from Petersons GMAT Toolkit



any explanation by them because cosidered as is wrong idiom..
D. was, and always will be considered by
many as,
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From the explanation the official answer provided seems incorrect :(:

The original version (A) is faulty in two respects. First, the placement of the
commas sets up a flawed parallel structure between the progressive verbs was
considered and will be considered. Second, the phrase considered as is idiomatically
questionable here. A person is considered or considered to be, not considered as, at
least in the broader context of this sentence. (D) remedies both problems with the
original sentence
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New post 15 Dec 2017, 22:08
i think answer should be C.

'considered as' is wrong.
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