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# The man was always aware, sometimes proudly and sometimes

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The man was always aware, sometimes proudly and sometimes [#permalink]

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777. The man was always aware, sometimes proudly and sometimes resentfully, that he was a small-town Midwesterner who was thrust into a world that was dominated by wealthier, better-educated, and more polished people than him.
(A) who was thrust into a world that was dominated by wealthier, better-educated, and more polished people than him
(B) who had been thrust into a world that was dominated by more wealthy, educated, and polished people than him
(C) who had been thrust into a world dominated by wealthier, better-educated, and people more polished than he was
(D) thrust into a world dominated by more wealthy, educated, and polished people than him
(E) thrust into a world dominated by wealthier, better-educated, and more polished people than he

I understand the pronoun part of key to this question, but I am more intereseted in knowing whether there is any problem colored part in choice D.
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If you know what you're worth, then go out and get what you're worth. But you gotta be willing to take the hits, and not pointing fingers saying you ain't where you wanna be because of anybody! Cowards do that and You're better than that!
The path is long, but self-surrender makes it short; the way is difficult, but perfect trust makes it easy.

Fire the final bullet only when you are constantly hitting the Bull's eye, till then KEEP PRACTICING.
Failure establishes only this, that our determination to succeed was not strong enough.
Getting defeated is just a temporary notion, giving it up is what makes it permanent.

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Last edited by joshnsit on 07 May 2011, 03:47, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: (more X, Y and Z) or (Xier, better Y and more Z) [#permalink]

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20 Mar 2011, 23:05
Each of the words should come in comparative form:
Wealthier, better-educated, and more polished

He had to win- he was more prepared, smart and intelligent than all others. This sentence is wrong- correct form would be : he was more prepared, smarter and more intelligent than all others - each adjective should come in its comparative form if the subject is being compared to others on each of these attributes.

Kudos [?]: 218 [0], given: 13

Senior Manager
Joined: 29 Oct 2008
Posts: 412

Kudos [?]: 345 [0], given: 34

Location: United States
Concentration: Marketing, Technology
Re: (more X, Y and Z) or (Xier, better Y and more Z) [#permalink]

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21 Mar 2011, 04:52
vivesomnium wrote:
Each of the words should come in comparative form:
Wealthier, better-educated, and more polished

He had to win- he was more prepared, smart and intelligent than all others. This sentence is wrong- correct form would be : he was more prepared, smarter and more intelligent than all others - each adjective should come in its comparative form if the subject is being compared to others on each of these attributes.

Thanks, It all makes sense now. I got it wrong because of this funda.
BTW, the OA is E.
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If you know what you're worth, then go out and get what you're worth. But you gotta be willing to take the hits, and not pointing fingers saying you ain't where you wanna be because of anybody! Cowards do that and You're better than that!
The path is long, but self-surrender makes it short; the way is difficult, but perfect trust makes it easy.

Fire the final bullet only when you are constantly hitting the Bull's eye, till then KEEP PRACTICING.
Failure establishes only this, that our determination to succeed was not strong enough.
Getting defeated is just a temporary notion, giving it up is what makes it permanent.

http://gmatclub.com/forum/1000-sc-notes-at-one-place-in-one-document-with-best-of-explanations-192961.html

Press +1 Kudos, if you think my post gave u a tiny tip.

Kudos [?]: 345 [0], given: 34

Re: (more X, Y and Z) or (Xier, better Y and more Z)   [#permalink] 21 Mar 2011, 04:52
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