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The Chinese army consists of several million young men, about equivale

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The Chinese army consists of several million young men, about equivalent to the enrollment of colleges in India.


A. equivalent to the enrollment of

B. the equivalent of those enrolled in

C. equal to those who are enrolled in

D. as many as the enrollment of

E. as many as are enrolled in

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The Chinese army consists of several million young men, about equivalent to the enrollment of colleges in India.


A. equivalent to the enrollment of

Comparison between army and enrollment, actually.

B. the equivalent of those enrolled in

those is not clear to who or which refer to


C. equal to those who are enrolled in

awkward

D. as many as the enrollment of

as many as is correct. However, the enrollment per se is wrong for the comparison at stake.

E. as many as are enrolled in

correct
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The Chinese army consists of several million young men, about equivalent to the enrollment of colleges in India.


A. equivalent to the enrollment of

B. the equivalent of those enrolled in

C. equal to those who are enrolled in

D. as many as the enrollment of

E. as many as are enrolled in

Correct Answer must be (E) for the highlighted errors in other options...
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The comparison is between numbers of army men and numbers of students enrolled in colleges in India. Only E compares the two set of numbers. Hence, E.
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Bunuel wrote:
The Chinese army consists of several million young men, about equivalent to the enrollment of colleges in India.


A. equivalent to the enrollment of

B. the equivalent of those enrolled in

C. equal to those who are enrolled in

D. as many as the enrollment of

E. as many as are enrolled in


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You can have an equivalent number but not equivalent people. A and B incorrectly apply ‘equivalent’ directly to the several million Chinese men. In the same way C incorrectly applies ‘equal’ to the men, not to the number of men. It implies that soldiers are equal to something. The correct comparison here is between the number of soldiers and the number of students. Choice D also makes a mistake in reference in that it compares soldiers to the noun ‘enrollment’. Choice E is the correct answer. It compares Chinese soldiers to Indian students.
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New post 26 Sep 2019, 20:34
thinkvision - Sir, would you be able to help me on this? I usually get confused in comparison questions.

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