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03 Mar 2011, 04:08
A for me as well. These smaller SC question can be very tricky!
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04 Jun 2011, 12:18
"as does her passionate interest in history, particularly Roman history"

If the choice B would be "so does", then which one will be correct "AS DOES" or "SO DOES"? My understanding is that "AS" can be used to start a clause. Further, there is a comma before "AS", so is this underlined portion acting as a clause?
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05 Jun 2011, 07:54
Chose C. But now know that A is correct
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05 Jun 2011, 09:57
Hi Chandu,

Can u plz explain the rationale behind the choice?
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07 Jun 2011, 08:38
bit late to realize, A is correct. "as" should be used to represent the likeness with the first part of the sentence. "does" is needed because it is 3rd person.

Is my view correct?
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07 Jun 2011, 09:12
pkmme,

According to me,it is based on the underlying priniciple that the comparisons must be structurally and logically parallel.It is Like X.... as Does.... Y.
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10 Jul 2011, 11:49
my rationale for A is that 3rd person needs "does" . "do" is used for 1st and 2nd persons.
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06 Dec 2011, 08:49
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The aristocratic values expressed in the writings of Marguerite Yourcenar place her within the French classical tradition, as does her passionate interest in history, particularly Roman history.

(A) as does
(B) so do
(C) as do
(D) so is the case with
(E) similarly, does

her passionate is singular, so we need does, not do. Therefore, A is the correct choice.

Usage of "so" and "similar" make the intended meaning change.
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27 Dec 2011, 07:52
+1 A
does required (singular)
as usage preferred over similarly.
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28 Feb 2012, 12:29
Choose A, but got confused between as does or as do, good question. Can someone share more examples of do or does question to have clearly understanding where to use 'do' or 'does'.
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28 Feb 2012, 15:18
I didn't have much strategy for this question, just realized it had to be singular and from there went with what sounded best.
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28 Feb 2012, 16:10
Answer A is the best choice. The option "so does" would have been even better.
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29 Feb 2012, 12:23

Needs "Does" in answer --- "her" --> Singular...
(E) Stylistically inferior...

nitya34 wrote:
The aristocratic values expressed in the writings of Marguerite Yourcenar place her within the French classical tradition, as does her passionate interest in history, particularly Roman history.

(A) as does
(B) so do
(C) as do
(D) so is the case with
(E) similarly, does
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05 Mar 2012, 04:36
passionate interest is singular, hence as does is correct.
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08 Jun 2012, 03:34
can someone please explain the difference between usage of "as does" and "so does"
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08 Jun 2012, 07:02
tricky one...marked correct one though
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08 Jun 2012, 20:59
nitya34 wrote:
The aristocratic values expressed in the writings of Marguerite Yourcenar place her within the French classical tradition, as does her passionate interest in history, particularly Roman history.

(A) as does
(B) so do
(C) as do
(D) so is the case with
(E) similarly, does

passionate interest is singular so B and C are out. here passionate interest is action noun so D is out. "similarly does" awkward construction. hence, A wins
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10 Jun 2012, 05:10
nitya34 wrote:
The aristocratic values expressed in the writings of Marguerite Yourcenar place her within the French classical tradition, as does her passionate interest in history, particularly Roman history.

(A) as does
(B) so do
(C) as do
(D) so is the case with
(E) similarly, does

i pick A here. her passionate interest is singular so it takes singular singular form of verb.
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11 Jun 2012, 10:58
sacmanitin wrote:
691. The aristocratic values expressed in the writings of Marguerite Yourcenar place her within the French classical tradition, as does her passionate interest in history, particularly Roman history.
(A) as does
(B) so do
(C) as do
(D) so is the case with
(E) similarly, does

i can discard B and C as her passion is singular ,what else can help to either choose the right answer or eliminate wrong ones.

i am going with the option A. passionate interest is action noun here and it is singular
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13 Jul 2012, 03:08
Can someone please explain me the difference between "as" and "similarly" when used in comparison
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