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# The investor who is uncertain about the future is more likely to put m

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02 Nov 2019, 03:23
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The investor who is uncertain about the future is more likely to put money into blue-chip stocks or treasury bills than into gold.

(A) than into
(B) than they do
(C) than they are
(D) as into
(E) as

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02 Nov 2019, 05:39
The investor who is uncertain about the future is more likely to put money into blue-chip stocks or treasury bills than into gold.

An easy pick is more : More X than Y so we need THAN :eliminate D and E
also investor is singular so eliminate they has no antecedent so eliminate B and C
A is correct

(A) than into
(B) than they do
(C) than they are
(D) as into
(E) as
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10 Jul 2020, 19:42
Hi experts,

In answer choice A, how is "than into" correct? Shouldn't it be "than to" to make proper parallelism?

Renzo
Re: The investor who is uncertain about the future is more likely to put m   [#permalink] 10 Jul 2020, 19:42