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The efforts of bipartisan committee were marked as much by frustration

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The efforts of bipartisan committee were marked as much by frustration [#permalink]

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The efforts of bipartisan committee were marked as much by frustration as it was by success.

A. as it was by
B. and also by
C. as by
D. and equally by
E. as there was

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The efforts of bipartisan committee were marked as much by frustration [#permalink]

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hdwnkr wrote:
The efforts of bipartisan committee were marked as much by frustration as it was by success.

A. as it was by
B. and also by
C. as by
D. and equally by
E. as there was


As much as is the correct idiom. So options A,C and E are fine from this point of view.

A.as it was by - it has no antecedent, incorrect comparision.
C.as by - correct
E.as there was - for there, there is no antecedent , there must refer to place.
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Re: The efforts of bipartisan committee were marked as much by frustration [#permalink]

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hdwnkr wrote:
The efforts of bipartisan committee were marked as much by frustration as it was by success.

A. as it was by
B. and also by
C. as by
D. and equally by
E. as there was


the correct idiom is "as much x as by y'

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Re: The efforts of bipartisan committee were marked as much by frustration   [#permalink] 15 Aug 2017, 18:49
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