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Though garlic is often associated with Italian cuisine, it

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9. Though garlic is often associated with
Italian cuisine, it is actually the use of
oregano which most distinguishes the Italians
from the French
.
(A) which most distinguishes the Italians
from the French
(B) which primarily distinguishes Italians
from Frenchmen
(C) which generally serves to distinguish
an Italian sauce from a French one
(D) which is the major distinction between
the two great cuisines
(E) which most distinguishes Italian cookery
from French

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13 Feb 2009, 08:11
IMO E.

1. idiom distinguish x from y
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13 Feb 2009, 08:23
priyankur_saha@ml.com wrote:
IMO E.

1. idiom distinguish x from y

Then why not C. It also uses the same structure
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26 Feb 2009, 01:37
pls note
distinguished BETWEEN is preferred over distinguished FROM

now lets see
(A) which most distinguishes the Italians
from the French--wrong comparison
(B) which primarily distinguishes Italians
from Frenchmen--wrong comparison
(C) which generally serves to distinguish
an Italian sauce from a French one-wordy
(D) which is the major distinction between
the two great cuisines--two ??whom does it refer to?
(E) which most distinguishes Italian cookery
from French(cookery)--correct?

whats the OA?
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26 Feb 2009, 02:11
OA IS E
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26 Feb 2009, 07:12
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rampuria wrote:
9. Though garlic is often associated with
Italian cuisine, it is actually the use of
oregano which most distinguishes the Italians
from the French
.
(A) which most distinguishes the Italians
from the French
(B) which primarily distinguishes Italians
from Frenchmen
(C) which generally serves to distinguish
an Italian sauce from a French one
(D) which is the major distinction between
the two great cuisines
(E) which most distinguishes Italian cookery
from French

C distorts the orignal meaning.

oregano serves to distinguish X from Y.
It's not Oregano that distinguish X from Y.
It's Oregano serving that distinguish X from Y.

A, B --clearly out.. we are talking about people istead of cookery. [non-underline part they are talking about Italian cusine]

D also distorts the orignal meaning.

two great cusines.. what is the other cusine.??.
Also

E is the best

distinguish Italian cookery form French [cookery]
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26 Feb 2009, 20:46
clear E..the only one that adds "cookery"
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14 Jun 2009, 01:04
I am between D and E but I choose D. In E I think it must be French's or French's cookery to be true. Can anyone explain?
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14 Jun 2009, 09:38
Italian cookery from French....should not they be parallel....
Option C uses the correct idiom and is parallel to...

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