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The investigations of many psychologist and anthropologists

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The investigations of many psychologist and anthropologists support the generalization of there being little that is a significant difference in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture.
A of there being little that is a significant difference
B of there being little that is significantly different
C of little that is significantly different
D that there is little that is significantly different
E that there is little of significant differences

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Re: SC:the investigations [#permalink]

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New post 12 Oct 2008, 20:17
QA is D....


i pick E...too..


anyone pls discuss this problem.
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New post 13 Oct 2008, 01:01
paeagain wrote:
The investigations of many psychologist and anthropologists support the generalization of there being little that is a significant difference in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture.
A of there being little that is a significant difference
B of there being little that is significantly different
C of little that is significantly different
D that there is little that is significantly different
E that there is little of significant differences


E changes teh meaning !!

generalisation that is the usage !!
little of significant differences is wrong !!few of is ok !!

hence E is out
w require an adverb modifier here !! significantly is the one !!! hence
D is apt

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