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Source: GMAT Paper test 55 No matter how patiently they

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No matter how patiently they explain their reasons for confiscating certain items, travelers often treat customs inspectors like wanton poachers rather than government employees.

(A) travelers often treat customs inspectors like wanton poachers rather than government employees
(B) travelers often treat customs inspectors as wanton poachers instead of government employees
(C) travelers often treat customs inspectors as if they were not government employees but wanton poachers
(D) customs inspectors are often treated by travelers as if they were wanton poachers rather than government employees
(E) customs inspectors are often treated not like government employees but wanton poachers by travelers

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this isnt another trick is it?


Ha ha :) Not this time.

Please explain why D :)
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Ok :) I got it. I never read this question and its answer choices properly !! I tend to do that a lot of times !!

Thanks for replying guys :)
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Why di you choose D instead E ?

Priya: A,B,C is ruled out, because the phrase talks about Customs Inspectors
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amitdgr wrote:
Ok :) I got it. I never read this question and its answer choices properly !! I tend to do that a lot of times !!

Thanks for replying guys :)

Kindly share the explanation !!!
Y not B


"No matter how patiently they explain their reasons for confiscating certain items"- Customs inspectors are confiscating, not travellers. Hence, A, B and C are out.
(D) uses the correct "rather than" construction. "customs inspectors are often treated by travelers" is a much better construction than "treated not like government employees but wanton poachers by travelers".

Any other nuances that I am missing?
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Why di you choose D instead E ?

Priya: A,B,C is ruled out, because the phrase talks about Customs Inspectors

Yes got it now,i just did not read the sentence properly !!!

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