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The average American may not think of sexual harassment to be a widesp

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The average American may not think of sexual harassment to be a widespread issue, but 75 percent of all women report experiencing it in the workplace.


(A) The average American may not think of sexual harassment to be

(B) The average American may not think of sexual harassment being

(C) An average American may not think of sexual harassment being

(D) The average American may not think of sexual harassment as

(E) Sexual harassment may not be thought of by the average American as

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+1 for D.

(A) The average American may not think of sexual harassment to be --> "as" is preferred to "to be" when the sentence construct is active

(B) The average American may not think of sexual harassment being

(C) An average American may not think of sexual harassment being

(D) The average American may not think of sexual harassment as --> Correct, rectifies idiom and voice error

(E) Sexual harassment may not be thought of by the average American as

Hence, D.
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Think of X as Y is idiomatically correct, Answer must be (D)
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