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The ratio of salaries of managers to ordinary workers are

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The ratio of salaries of managers to ordinary workers are substantially lower in Japan than the comparable ratio in the United States.

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(B) salaries of managers to ordinary workers is substantially lower in Japan than is the comparable ratio


(C)managers' salaries to those of ordinary workers is substantially lower in Japan than.

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B & A compare salaries to managers --wrong...

Here C is the best one.....what abt D & E??
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sorry, could you explain more why B & A compare salaries to managers


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B is incorrect -'..than is the comaparative ratio..' sounds terrible.

Between A and C, A is verbose and C is short and sweet. C is the best answer.

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New post 23 Jul 2004, 07:31
A is not best because it is verbose but it has a wrong verb. Thie ratio ..... is and not the ratio ......are. Also in B it should be the ratio of salary of managers to the salary of workers. It incorrectly defines ratio as the salary of managers to ordinary workers. This is wrong.

Also I think the part is not underlined correctly.

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Simply C. :)
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New post 24 Jul 2004, 14:44
A is WRONG
The ratio of ..... ARE ....

B corrects the error in A but the comparison is incorrect
The correct form is ... salaries of xyz lower in Japan than in US

C corrects both errors present in A and B

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