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Though dogged by criticism for his domestic policies, President Millhaven was considered to be an excellent foreign policy strategist.

A to be an
B as an
C like an
D an
E as being

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I go with D as well. Clean and concise. :o

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D) When "considered" means "regarded as", then "considered" can be immediately followed by the noun it intends to modify
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vivek_dj wrote:
Though dogged by criticism for his domestic policies, President Millhaven was considered to be an excellent foreign policy strategist.
A to be an
B as an
C like an
D an
E as being

it's deffinitely an idiom, which i forgot. i'll look later in book, but for now - (b). vivek, please don't make us wait 1 month for answer... 8-)

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You all are right..!

This is an Idiomatic Expression Problem. The correct Idiomatic Expression is considered X . Not as an,as being,to be or like an. The correct answer is D

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