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The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled

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


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

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

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

(D) The visitor to the Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania has the unequalled 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 unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees.

Originally posted by pmenon on 27 Dec 2007, 18:11.
Last edited by Bunuel on 24 Dec 2018, 23:55, edited 2 times in total.
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I am going to have to go with E

All the other choices seem to emphasize lions playing without the aid of photolens.
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if it is fully underlined then most of the time E is the OA.
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Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 5:11 pm Post subject: SC1000 #981
981. The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(A) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(B) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania permits the visitor unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(C) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania gives the visitor the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without telephoto lenses.
(D) The visitor to the Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania has the unequalled 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 unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees.

A - park doesn't "afford"
B - park doesn't "permit"
C/D - lions playing without lenses has double meaning - is it unequalled because at all other parks they play with lenses?
E - correct
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The OA here is E.

I see that it can be confusing from the other choices, which make it seem like the lions are playing in trees with cameras.
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New post 29 Dec 2007, 17:20
pmenon wrote:
The OA here is E.

I see that it can be confusing from the other choices, which make it seem like the lions are playing in trees with cameras.



if it is a whole passage underline then most of the time it is E. so keep a "bird's eye" on Es
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981. The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(A) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(B) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania permits the visitor unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(C) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania gives the visitor the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without telephoto lenses.
(D) The visitor to the Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania has the unequalled 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 unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees.



A. The Lake cannot afford anything..incorrect
B. see upside
C. see upside
D. unclear in that it seems that the lions play without lenses...
E. correct

can someone explain the difference between the verbs to permit, to allow and to perform
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without the aid of telephoto lenses. this modifier should modify visitors. in A,B,C, and D it is modifying Tree.
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The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(A) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses. Lions aren't playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(B) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania permits the visitor unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses. same modifier problem, and "permit" isn't a good word choice.
(C) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania gives the visitor the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without telephoto lenses. same modifier problem
(D) The visitor to the Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania has the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses. same modifier problem
(E) Even without the aid of telephoto lenses, the visitor to Tanzania’s Lake Manyara Park has an unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees.
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The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.


(A) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses. --> wrong: "lions playing w/o the aid of lenses" really !!!

(B) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania permits the visitor unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses. --> same as A

(C) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania gives the visitor the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without telephoto lenses. --> same as A

(D) The visitor to the Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania has the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.--> same as A

(E) Even without the aid of telephoto lenses, the visitor to Tanzania’s Lake Manyara Park has an unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees.--> correct
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New post 11 Mar 2019, 03:13
@Sharadhha daagh GMATNinja

would be thankful if you could help me clear my doubt

i chose option c

"The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania gives the visitor the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without telephoto lenses"

because 1) it retains the original meaning according to which the subject is the lake and not a person
2) e-gmat always asks one to go by meaning , so it doesn't make sense for lions to be playing without telephoto
lenses ,and thus "without telephoto lenses" must modify "to photograph"

option e changes the intended meaning .

could you please help me with this
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