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# The man was always aware, sometimes proudly and sometimes

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05 Jul 2005, 22:53
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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

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06 Jul 2005, 09:14
A can not be it.

I will go with E.

C kind of changes the meaning and moreover I somehow do not like the post positive noun "people more polished ", I like pre-positive noun.

more polished people, where more modifying polished which indeed modifies people.

You need a personal 3rd person singular pronoun after than

The only choices left are C and E

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

(C) who had been thrust into a world dominated by wealthier, better-educated, and people more polished than he was
(E) thrust into a world dominated by wealthier, better-educated, and more polished people than he

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06 Jul 2005, 11:18
Picked E.

"who" not required, as we don't need a restrictive clause here.
So b/w D and E.

D used an object form of a pronoun while comparing , when a subject form of a pronoun is needed.

HMTG.

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06 Jul 2005, 12:50
My choice is E.

I really had to scan the choices several times, but I think E nails it.

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06 Jul 2005, 14:29
E makes most sense.
Who was is redundant in A. Also usage of third person him is wrong. Same with choices B & D

Choice C makes wrong comparison in the list of things describing world by inserting people right after and

Only choice E corrects all these problems.
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07 Jul 2005, 08:40
Moreover C has a different meaning

a world dominated by wealthier, better-educated, and people more polished than he was

it means, world was dominated (by people) and (wealthier, better-educated but they can not be considered people)...

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08 Jul 2005, 13:23
"Than he" is the correct usage, no doubt about it. E

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14 Jul 2005, 19:30
OA is E.

I have edited it is E.

Last edited by HIMALAYA on 15 Jul 2005, 07:25, edited 1 time in total.

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15 Jul 2005, 07:03
Himalaya,

I am taller than him
or
I am taller than he

Which one do you think is correct????

A is plain wrong...

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15 Jul 2005, 07:03
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