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The psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan theorized that human beings go through

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The psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan theorized that human beings go through a “mirror stage” of development, in which they first sense themselves as entities within but distinct from the surrounding world and after which they do not any longer consider themselves to be mere extensions of their mothers.

(A) they do not any longer consider themselves to be

(B) they no longer regard themselves to be

(C) they no longer consider themselves

(D) they do not any longer regard themselves to be

(E) they no longer consider themselves as being

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mkjabc wrote:
The psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan theorized that human beings go through a “mirror stage” of development, in which they first sense themselves as entities within but distinct from the surrounding world and after which they do not any longer consider themselves to be mere extensions of their mothers.

(A) they do not any longer consider themselves to be

(B) they no longer regard themselves to be

(C) they no longer consider themselves

(D) they do not any longer regard themselves to be

(E) they no longer consider themselves as being



(A) they do not any longer consider themselves to be -- CONSIDER TO BE - INCORRECT IDIOM USAGE

(B) they no longer regard themselves to be -- REGARD TO BE - INCORRECT IDIOM USAGE

(C) they no longer consider themselves -- CONSIDER X Y - CORRECT IDIOM USAGE

(D) they do not any longer regard themselves to be -- REGARD TO BE - INCORRECT IDIOM USAGE

(E) they no longer consider themselves as being -- CONSIDER AS - INCORRECT IDIOM USAGE
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mkjabc wrote:
The psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan theorized that human beings go through a “mirror stage” of development, in which they first sense themselves as entities within but distinct from the surrounding world and after which they do not any longer consider themselves to be mere extensions of their mothers.

(A) they do not any longer consider themselves to be

(B) they no longer regard themselves to be

(C) they no longer consider themselves

(D) they do not any longer regard themselves to be

(E) they no longer consider themselves as being



In this question, there are two different idioms usages:

Consider X Y - is the correct idiom - we have this type in A,C and E...So only option C reflects this idiom properly consider themselves mere extensions of their mothers.

Regard AS - is the correct idiom - We have this type in B and D....this is incorrectly used.
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Yes, I understand the point. So, Thanks!
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