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The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbus

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The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbusier, different from one another as they were, were all based on a belief that physical order in itself could bring about the good life.


A. different from one another as they were

B. different one from the other as they were

C. different from each other as every one was

D. differing as each was, one from the other

E. although each differed from

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Re: The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbus  [#permalink]

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The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbusier, different from one another as they were, were all based on a belief that physical order in itself could bring about the good life.


+1 for A.

A. different from one another as they were --> Correct, idiomatic usage 'different from', and 'one another' for more than two entities

B. different one from the other as they were

C. different from each other as every one was

D. differing as each was, one from the other

E. although each differed from

Hence, A.
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Re: The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbus  [#permalink]

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The ideal cities of Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Le Corbusier, different from one another as they were, were all based on a belief that physical order in itself could bring about the good life.


A. different from one another as they were

Correct usage of "different from one another" idiom.
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B. different one from the other as they were

"different one from the other" doesn't sound idiomatic.
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C. different from each other as every one was

"different from each other" doesn't sound idiomatic.
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D. differing as each was, one from the other
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E. although each differed from

Meaning error. Doesn't specify what the cities are different from. INCORRECT
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