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# The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with

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31 Jul 2009, 05:07
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15. The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords
the visitor with unequaled opportunities
to photograph lions playing in trees
without the aid of telephoto lenses.

(A) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania
affords the visitor with unequaled
opportunities to photograph lions
playing in trees without the aid of
telephoto lenses.

(B) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania
permits the visitor unequaled opportunities
to photograph lions playing
in trees without the aid of telephoto
lenses.

(C) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania
gives the visitor the unequaled opportunity
to photograph lions playing in
trees without telephoto lenses.

(D) The visitor to the Lake Manyara Park
in Tanzania has the unequaled opportunity
to photograph lions playing in
trees without the aid of telephoto
lenses.

(E) Even without the aid of telephoto
lenses, the visitor to Tanzania’s Lake
Manyara Park has an unequaled opportunity
to photograph lions playing
in trees.

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Re: The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania... [#permalink]

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31 Jul 2009, 14:13
Its clearly E as all the other choices except E mean as if lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses
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01 Aug 2009, 01:27
I too picked E.
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02 Aug 2009, 07:56
The correct answer is (E). The original sentence has the lions playing with
lenses while in the trees. This is clearly unacceptable. Only (E) corrects the situation
to make it clear that the visitor is the one concerned with telephoto lenses,
not the lions.
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09 Aug 2009, 03:13
DenisSh wrote:
The correct answer is (E). The original sentence has the lions playing with
lenses while in the trees. This is clearly unacceptable. Only (E) corrects the situation
to make it clear that the visitor is the one concerned with telephoto lenses,
not the lions.

Very clear thank you.

I'm a little bit still confused. Is it possible that, even in choice E, "playing" may modify visitors? May a bit sound weird, but just curious.

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