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The genius of Beethoven can be seen in the widely observed phenomenon

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The genius of Beethoven can be seen in the widely observed phenomenon that his
music has the same appeal to an illiterate shepherd wandering the steppes of
Kazakhstan as to a professional musician sipping her latte in Paris.

A. Kazakhstan as to
B. Kazakhstan, just as to
C. Kazakhstan; just as it would to a
D. Kazakhstan, as it would to a
E. Kazakhstan as a

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Idiom used: Same to X as to Y

Eliminate B, C, D and E.

Answer: A
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what is the difference between option A and D ?
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The genius of Beethoven can be seen in the widely observed phenomenon that his
music has the same appeal to an illiterate shepherd wandering the steppes of
Kazakhstan as to a professional musician sipping her latte in Paris.

A. Kazakhstan as to
B. Kazakhstan, just as to
C. Kazakhstan; just as it would to a
D. Kazakhstan, as it would to a
E. Kazakhstan as a


Concept:parallelism/Comparison
Idiom:to X as to Y

List:
to an illiterate shepherd
to a professional musician

A is the correct choice.
Option B,C,D, and E are non parallel.
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what is the difference between option A and D ?


IMHO (D) is wordy and hence non parallel...

Correct idiomatic & parallelism usage is - Same to X as to Y
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The genius of Beethoven can be seen in the widely observed phenomenon that his
music has the same appeal to an illiterate shepherd wandering the steppes of
Kazakhstan as to a professional musician sipping her latte in Paris.

A. Kazakhstan as to -> "to an illiterate shepherd" PARALLEL with "to a professional musician", CORRECT option
B. Kazakhstan, just as to -> "just as" is not required, "as" is sufficient
C. Kazakhstan; just as it would to a -> ; should follow with a statement that could stand on its own, that is not the case here
D. Kazakhstan, as it would to a -> what is "it" referring to and why use "would" here
E. Kazakhstan as a -> illogical, not required to dissect this option
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Source: McGraw Hill GMAT 2013

The genius of Beethoven can be seen in the widely observed phenomenon that his
music has the same appeal to an illiterate shepherd wandering the steppes of
Kazakhstan as to a professional musician sipping her latte in Paris.

A. Kazakhstan as to
B. Kazakhstan, just as to
C. Kazakhstan; just as it would to a
D. Kazakhstan, as it would to a
E. Kazakhstan as a


x as to y

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D is not necessarily incorrect in my opinion, but it is wordier and clearly less appealing stylistically. A is the best answer
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Source: McGraw Hill GMAT 2013

The genius of Beethoven can be seen in the widely observed phenomenon that his
music has the same appeal to an illiterate shepherd wandering the steppes of
Kazakhstan as to a professional musician sipping her latte in Paris.


A. Kazakhstan as to

B. Kazakhstan, just as to

C. Kazakhstan; just as it would to a

D. Kazakhstan, as it would to a

E. Kazakhstan as a

A is the clear winner.

E is out for wrong comparison.

B, C, and D are out for using "it", an ambiguous pronoun.

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