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Unlike computer skills or other technical skills, there is a disinclination on the part of many people to recognize the degree to which their analytical skills are weak.
(A) Unlike computer skills or other technical skills, there is a disinclination on the part of many people to recognize the degree to which their analytical skills are weak.
(B) Unlike computer skills or other technical skills, which they admit they lack, many people are disinclined to recognize that their analytical skills are weak.
(C) Unlike computer skills or other technical skills, analytical skills bring out a disinclination in many people to recognize that they are weak to a degree.
(D) Many people, willing to admit that they lack computer skills or other technical skills, are disinclined to recognize that their analytical skills are weak.
(E) Many people have a disinclination to recognize the weakness of their analytical skills while willing to admit their lack of computer skills or other technical skills.

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I believe the problem with C is "they" is not clear in what it refers to - people or the skills themselves.
If it refers to people then the meaning is changed.

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OG rather says that C changes the meaning, as C says analytical skills bring out disinclination, whose meaning is not close to A.

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New post 03 Mar 2004, 17:51
It has to be D.

C is wrong as anandk pointed out; 'they' is vauge. Plus to, C does change the meaning because its not the skills themselves, but its the peoples skills.

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