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# Statue

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05 Jul 2007, 23:27
According to his own account, Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi, the sculptor of the Statue of Liberty, modeled the face of the statue like his mother’s and the body like his wife’s.
(A) modeled the face of the statue like his mother’s and the body like his wife’s
(B) modeled the face of the statue after that of his mother and the body after that of his wife
(C) modeled the face of the statue like his mother and the body like his wife
(D) made the face of the statue after his mother and the body after his wife
(E) made the face of the statue look like his mother and the body look like his wife

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06 Jul 2007, 02:17
B. 'modeled after' is the correct idiom.

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06 Jul 2007, 05:14
B. modeled after is correct. Also note the parallelism .

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06 Jul 2007, 05:14
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