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So that banks can continue to make loans to their customers, the Feder

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So that banks can continue to make loans to their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available to the banks with a slightly lower interest rate than typical emergency loans.

(A) their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available to the banks with a slightly lower interest rate than typical emergency loans

(B) their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available that are slightly lower to the banks than the interest rates available with typical emergency loans

(C) their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made available to the banks discount loans that have interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loan rates

(D) customers, the Federal Reserve Bank made discount loans available to the banks with interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loans

(E) customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made available to the banks discount loans with interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loans

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So that banks can continue to make loans to their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available to the banks with a slightly lower interest rate than typical emergency loans.


A. their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available to the banks with a slightly lower interest rate than typical emergency loans

B. their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available that are slightly lower to the banks than the interest rates available with typical emergency loans

C. their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made available to the banks discount loans that have interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loan rates

D. customers, the Federal Reserve Bank made discount loans available to the banks with interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loans

E. customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made available to the banks discount loans with interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loans


Comparison question. Rate with Rate. Only C compare correct things.
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A,B,C,E all have has, past tense and the stem says "So that banks CAN continue"

if you want to use has then it should be COULD instead of CAN
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A,B,C,E all have has, past tense and the stem says "So that banks CAN continue"

if you want to use has then it should be COULD instead of CAN


(D) is not parallel: the Federal Reserve Bank made discount loans available to the banks with interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loans
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Bunuel wrote:
So that banks can continue to make loans to their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available to the banks with a slightly lower interest rate than typical emergency loans.

(A) their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available to the banks with a slightly lower interest rate than typical emergency loans

(B) their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made discount loans available that are slightly lower to the banks than the interest rates available with typical emergency loans

(C) their customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made available to the banks discount loans that have interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loan rates

(D) customers, the Federal Reserve Bank made discount loans available to the banks with interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loans

(E) customers, the Federal Reserve Bank has made available to the banks discount loans with interest rates that are slightly lower than typical emergency loans


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The primary objective in this Comparison question is making sure that you're constructing a logical comparison, that you're comparing like things. Note that several answer choices compare "interest rates" (in the new loans) to "typical emergency loans." You need to compare rates to rates - it's that the interest rates on these new loans are lower than the rates of the typical loans.

Only choices (B) and (C) take care to include "rates" in the second item of the comparison (typical emergency loan rates), so you can eliminate (A), (D), and (E). And with (B),. note that "interest rates" is not part of the first item (the new discount loans) so it makes the same mistake, just on the other item of the comparison. Only choice (C) properly compares interest rates to interest rates, so (C) is correct.
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