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The diet of the ordinary Greek in classical times was

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The diet of the ordinary Greek in classical times was largely vegetarian—vegetables, fresh cheese, oatmeal, and meal cakes, (and meat rarely).

(A) and meat rarely
(B) and meat was rare
(C) with meat as rare
(D) meat a rarity
(D)with meat as a rarity

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New post 16 Feb 2005, 08:45
B) ? but i am a little bit confused about the comma and why there isn`t a second hyphen

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New post 16 Feb 2005, 08:54
well please discuss, why the wrong choices are wrong.

will post the OA later

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