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Even as they never forgave the Crusaders who overran their homeland, the Syrians have never absolved the French for taking territory from them.
(A) Even as they never forgave
(B) While they never forgave
(C) Just like they never forgave
(D) Similarly to not forgiving
(E) In spite of their never forgiving

A or C

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New post 12 Jul 2004, 20:11
C is best as it shows likeliness in two events. --> the Syrians never forgave the Crusaders "just like" they never forgave the French
A) "even as" means despite/although
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1 min and C
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New post 12 Jul 2004, 22:28
<1 min ...C

Just like they never (forgave crusaders/forgave French).
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New post 13 Jul 2004, 02:04
Vote for C because of clear parallelism.

JUST LIKE avoids an unnecessary contraposition

the Syrians have never absolved both--the French and the Crusaders.
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New post 13 Jul 2004, 05:48
(C) it is,

(C) represents a proper sequence as described by Paul
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New post 13 Jul 2004, 12:28
OA is A.
Don't know why but in OG 'Just like' is explained as wordy.

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New post 13 Jul 2004, 12:39
singh_satya wrote:
OA is A.
Don't know why but in OG 'Just like' is explained as wordy.

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'Even as' invites two contrasting statements, but these are two similar :roll: how could A be right?
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New post 13 Jul 2004, 12:44
C was my answer as well. I don't know how can A be the OA.
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New post 13 Jul 2004, 12:57
my vote wud be C ....


somehow I feel its a lot better than A ...but let me try explaining A ...

C can be eliminated If and only when we take the ''just Like'' = the same WAY the syrians never forgave the crusaderz in the same ''fashion or manner'' the syrians never forgave the FRENCH...cos here it means the ''nature of not forgiving'' was same for both the crusaders and the french...

I don know If I was clear...
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New post 13 Jul 2004, 13:04
I chose A. 1:20

C has "just like" which I didn't like ;-)

I think the main thing is whether we can use "like" for comparing two actions , as is done in C.

Just like Justin,John did so and so....(comparing two people here)

I was not too comfortable comparing two actions using "like".

any other thoughts ?

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